Quality Bathroom Light Fittings for Traditional Bathrooms

Finding old fashioned bathroom lights need not be a struggle any more as here at Bespoke Lights we offer bathroom lighting for traditional and period style bathrooms. Bathroom safe light fittings for the most traditional of bathrooms at surprisingly affordable prices. Quality bathroom lighting fixtures in classic designs for when a modern bathroom light simply won't do. Victorian and Edwardian style bathrooms need lighting that is both sympathetic and safe for use in a bathroom environment. All our bathroom light fittings can be safely used in bathrooms and are IP44 rated or higher making them safe for Zone 1 and 2. Shop for all your traditional bathroom lighting needs at our safe and secure on-line shop.

 

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Welcome to our bathroom lighting collection where you will find lots of lovely light fittings designed especially for use in bathrooms and wet rooms. A great selection of super quality fittings at reasonable prices, designed especially for bathrooms. As specialists in period lighting for older homes we have a great selection of quality traditional bathroom lights for Victorian, Edwardian and Regency style bathrooms. If you have a roll top or slipper bath you will want to have classic bathroom lighting to complete the look.

Looking for more inspiration to help with lighting your traditional bathroom? Check our blog - just click below

https://www.bespokelights.co.uk/blog/2017/08/lighting-for-traditional-bathrooms/

Bathrooms are often some of the smallest rooms in the home but frequently the most used, so the lighting you choose needs careful consideration. This does not mean your options are limited, far from it, as you can create a lighting scheme that is both in keeping and practical. Whether you are looking for a fresh clinical look or a homely relaxing atmosphere we can supply bathroom ceiling lights, mirror lights, spotlights, shower downlights and hanging bathroom pendant lights to suit every style and budget. You can even elevate your bathroom to a previously unimaginable level by adding one of our exquisite bathroom safe crystal chandeliers. Wondering if a bathroom chandelier is for you? Check out our Marquis by Waterford crystal chandeliers in our blog.

https://www.bespokelights.co.uk/blog/2018/12/waterford-crystal-bathroom-lighting/

If you are refurbishing your bathroom, we would strongly recommend that you consider what lighting you need before the work begins. This will allow any necessary electrical work to be undertaken before any fixtures and fittings are installed and any tiling is carried out.

Bathrooms need flexible lighting. Both functional task lighting and general ambient lighting are needed even in the smallest of bathrooms. Combine these two types of lighting to cater for your needs and to make the most of your bathroom. You may need more of one type than the other. For instance, a family bathroom will probably want more task lighting but for a relaxed grown-up sanctuary you would choose more ambient lighting. 

Task lighting provides focused light for everyday activities such as shaving, washing and applying make-up. Task lighting options include over mirror lights, spotlights, bathroom cabinet lights and recessed spotlighting over a shower or sink. Ambient lighting is all about creating mood and atmosphere - think of it as background lighting that sets the scene and creates a style statement. Options for ambient lighting include ceiling lights, chandeliers, decorative wall lights in alcoves and sleek low profile recessed downlights.

Bathroom Lighting Regulations are quite rightly rigorous. We all know that electricity and water do not mix well and for this reason bathroom light fittings need added protection to keep us safe. When selecting your bathroom lighting you will need to make sure that the lights you choose are suitable for using in the bathroom environment. The Regulations not only apply to commercial and hospitality lighting but also to lighting in our bathrooms at home too. To learn more about these regulations we would recommend reading our blog by clicking the link below.

https://www.bespokelights.co.uk/blog/2017/02/bathroom-lighting-regulations-explained-2/

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