5 Trending Light Fixtures for your Guest Bathroom
The fun thing about lighting is that you can always change out your fixtures and do an instant room upgrade. Are you wanting more natural features in your home? Switching up your stainless steel pendants for softer wood pieces will instantly add a touch of warmth to your room. Have you remodeled your kitchen lately? Are your old fixtures just not cutting it? Try going for brighter lighting with glass and reflective surfaces. We list our top five favorite trending light fixtures that will immediately update your home and make your room feel updated and fresh.
Cerno – Claudo
A simple light in your bathroom these days simply does not do anymore. You need more than one light to see your beautiful natural self. And what is more natural than a cluster of wooden light fixtures? Multiple lights in your guest bathroom is a great way to illuminate your bathroom where you need it most.
Hinkley Lighting – Denton Linear Pendant (LEFT) ; Savoy House – Connell Bathroom Vanity Light (RIGHT)
Industrial light fixtures are a favorite among many homeowners looking to impress guests. An Industrial style is different & has a lot of character. Whether this fixture is above your mirror or just hanging off to the side, any industrial fixture will give atmosphere to your bathroom that is chic & economical.
3) Modern lighting
Sonneman – Bath Notes
Modern light fixtures are another big option for home designers who are looking to spice up their guest bathroom.
Tech Lighting – Finn Bath
Sleek and discrete, these bathroom lights are a minimalist’s dream. Using two or even one application of these within your bathroom will be all that you need. This special light softens the LED source while offering wide angle light distribution – perfect for guest baths and other bath applications.
Arteriors – Dominick Sconce
Lighting around the vanity is an important component of a well-lit bathroom. Rather than putting lighting above your mirror, try installing these trendy sconces above your wall-mounted light on either side of your vanity. Promise this cross-lighting technique will eliminate unflattering shadows! The Dominick Sconce is pictured on the right, and an example photo of what that may look like, is on the left.