Context is Everything

Sometimes we just need some inspiration to light the fuse of our creativity that will ultimately propel us to making beautifully informed purchases. If you still need help selecting the right fixture for your bathroom, please contact us – we'd love to help.

Three really is the magic number, as these pendant lights make the bathtub and vanity the centerpiece of the bathroom. As for decor, the 3 main wood panelling colors introduce just enough variety to balance warm and cool colors engulfed in a singular texture.

Lights that mimic shapes and colors of your decor graciously take a backseat and put the focus on your fixtures while providing functional and elegant lighting. A single deep color complimented by a few softer tones can really make a statement.

Lighting should be chosen based on several criteria. Consider how much natural lighting you already get at the times of day you'll need it most. Luxury apartment living is a perfect example of where it's possible to beautifully decorate your bathroom with minimal lighting.

Similar to the above inspiration, but these lights are intentionally contrasting a slightly darker background color and become part of the bathtub as a centerpiece. This is a perfect example of where the color of your lighting can really add or limit your bathroom's depth.

A distinctive decor demands carefully chosen lighting. When you have such a bold look, recessed or regressed lighting may be the ideal choice to best provide functional lighting without becoming distractions from other bold fixtures or even artwork.

Traditional vanity lighting or wall lamps are a perfect choice to add the maximum amount of practicality to your bathroom routine. These kinds of lights are ideal to compliment mirrors that facilitate all of the 'getting ready' tasks you have each morning and/or evening.

A monochromatic bathroom can really make accent colors pop. It all depends on what you want to draw attention to (or not to)! Metal lighting comes in so many finishes that it's quite easy to find something to blend in the bathroom's existing color palette.

Consider the many different kinds of materials that already exist in your bathroom. Ask yourself if adding a new material is a compliment or and out-of-place addition. Depending on the color harmony of your fixtures, it's quite possible to introduce a new material without issue.