light­ing

Condé Nast House & Garden - - DESIGN SOLUTIONS -

Light is one of the most im­por­tant as­pects when de­sign­ing the bath­room. Layer three sep­a­rate light sources: the main light should be the vis­ual cen­tre­piece of the space, where bold pieces such as chan­de­liers are in­cor­po­rated; the func­tional, hard­work­ing task lights should be close to the main mir­ror where groom­ing takes place; lastly, use strate­gic ambient light­ing to draw at­ten­tion to other fea­tures or points of in­ter­est in the bath­room.

MONOCHROME FIX­TURES BY KOHLER ARE AC­CEN­TU­ATED WITH NAT­U­RAL AND ELEC­TRIC LIGHT SOURCES

METAL­LIC TONES ARE TIME­LESS. FIND SIM­I­LAR COP­PER AND BRASS MIX­ERS AT CTM

1. PURIST SCONCE, POR, KOHLER; 2. ‘THE TIN­KER’ POW­DER-COATED WALL LAMP, R3 600, STU­DIO 19; 3. ‘AN­TON’ WALL LIGHT, R2 500, VIC­TO­RIAN BATH­ROOMS; 4. ‘GAME’ SIN­GLE ARM WALL LAMP IN BRASS, R2 390,PEZULA IN­TE­RI­ORS

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