Bathroom wall lighting is a very important aspect of the conditioning of the bathroom. It will affect the color of your skin and your mood, so you should avoid, on the one hand, very dazzling and aggressive facilities and, on the other hand, those too weak. They are not the most appropriate to start the day.
The bathroom wall lighting must be well distributed throughout the room. If it is spacious, you can opt for a ceiling lamp and, even, for a more classic lamp. In this case, always opt for plastic bushes with metal sleeves. At the time of the work, you can also install low voltage spotlights that nicely light any type of room. In a damp room, the electrical installation must be sealed and connected to the ground. The electrical material must include the acronym UNE and be class 2. Of course, you should never change a bulb when it is wet.
The sconces complement the ceiling lighting. They must also comply with the regulations in force. They are very useful around the mirror but remember that aside lighting is more pleasant in the morning. Finally, you can provide indirect bathroom wall lighting at the base or top of the walls, which softens the environment.