Ah, the bathroom. Whether yours is an oasis or a heavily trafficked room thanks to the kids, one thing is consistent regardless: you need good lighting.
That said, effectively lighting a bathroom can be tricky. Small rooms and tight spaces can make it challenging when it comes to placing sconces, ceiling lights, and even light switches. Not to mention the bathroom needs to accommodate a variety of tasks that require different types of lighting.
Feeling overwhelmed? Don't worry—we can help! Here are three bathroom lighting mistakes to avoid.
Bathroom Lighting Mistake #1: Not Including Enough Light
It's easy to think one overhead light might be enough, but too little lighting can makes certain tasks difficult