Proper lighting around the bathroom vanity can help the sink is a useful space. Lighting can also help highlight this section of bathroom design and enhance the appearance of the mirror. To make arrangements for brightening up the bathroom vanity with mirror, pay attention to plumbing codes and lighting, as well as guides bathroom planning.
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- Measure the height of the flying buttresses on either side of the bathroom vanity with mirror, so that the bottom of the screen is flush with the eyes of the primary user.
- Measure the width of the flying buttresses on either side of the mirror so that there is a minimum of 4 inches on the side to place the electrical panel and buttress plate. If the area is 3 feet of the tub or shower, you cannot place an outrigger there and the light should be placed above the mirror.
- Performs lighting as to position above the bathroom vanity with mirror so that there is a minimum of 4 inches between the upper mirror and the ceiling or to mount an outrigger sky light bar.
- Make sure the lights can be turned on via a switch placed at a distance of 15 to 48 inches of the finished floor, so that it can be easily accessed from the toilet or the entry of bath.