The bathroom is a personal quiet retreat – a place to rejuvenate and pamper yourself. Still, this is a place that can be ignored when deciding the interior of the house. Recently, with large whirlpool tubs, steam showers, ornate bathtubs and more time in the bathroom, attention to bathroom design had undergone a paradigm shift. The bathroom has now become as important, if not more so, than the other rooms. It has now become a place to unwind, relax and pamper yourself. The bathroom decor should meet this need. Lighting that is an inherent part of the interior should be planned and executed to provide the right atmosphere – especially in the large bathroom.
The emerging trends have seen an increase in new technologies used in bathroom lighting. Wall lamps and vanity lamps are provided for better visibility and atmosphere.
To enable movement from bright light to soft mood lighting, suitable dimmer lights are used. The right atmosphere can be created with small chandeliers for bathtubs.
Types of chandeliers
Because standard-sized chandeliers seem to be faulty in bathrooms, small bathroom chandeliers can be used. The options available are many and impressive. You can choose between ornate traditional chandeliers to modern chrome-colored ones. The traditional ones are similar to the candelabra structure, albeit a condensed version. The traditional patterns can blend into any type of design, but the modern ones are suitable for more modern designs. The small chandeliers add glamor and character to the bathroom and work well with existing light source or natural light.
Select the appropriate chandelier
The small chandeliers can still take up a significant part of the ceiling. It is important to take into account the chandelier’s dimensions and identify the luminaire’s height, width, weight and cable suspension length before choosing a chandelier.
Small chandeliers are available in different patterns just like the regular sizes. There are chandeliers with bright exposed light bulbs, chandeliers and chandeliers. The chandeliers that have frosted glass used soft lamps to give a gentle atmosphere. The chandeliers are equipped with dimmers to adjust the light to suit the brightness of daylight. If the use of chandeliers does not fit the interior, small pendant lamps can be used to create a similar impression.
Materials used in chandeliers