1. Ambient Lighting
This lighting type works to increase not just the warmth of your bathroom space but also the depth. In return, ambient lighting sets the tone of the room.
Recessed fluorescents, cove lighting and ceiling-mounted fixtures are examples of ambient lighting choices favoured by spas.
Cove lights and floor lamps provide a beautiful luminous glow, channeling light into dark space as it bounces off the ceiling and walls. Ceiling-mounted fixtures, like the dimmable Hib Rhythm, work on directing light downwards while recessed lighting is clean and streamlined, opening up the space.
2. Accent Lighting
When transforming your bathroom into a spa, accent lighting works to draw your attention to features you want highlighted in this room. These types of lights are three times brighter than ambient lighting.
The purpose of accent lighting is to illuminate, thus creating focal points in a specific area of the bathroom, like you would in a spa.
The idea here is to enhance features such as furnishings, artwork and even architectural details. The Spa Corvus bathroom wall light looks spectacular for this purpose. Features emphasised here will also lend a touch of luxury to your bathroom and help set the mood.
Recessed lighting, track lighting, wall lights and wall-mounted picture lights are perfect accent lighting choices. These all work superbly as spa-inspired lighting as they can all be adjusted for optimal direction.