There is nothing that makes a bathroom really beautiful than the bathroom mirror lights. They set the decorative tone of this heavily used space, and has some real rules about fixture placement and installation. for the most part, bathroom mirror lights lend a great atmosphere to the room, and is a practical measure as well. Proper lighting in the bathroom is an essential part of safety in this room. having had a few experiences with slip and falls as well as poor lighting certainly caused me to do some research and come up with some practical advice.
Essentially there are two considerations for bathroom mirror lights. One is task lighting, lighting is necessary to see what you are doing while in the bathroom. Here the choices can range from sconce lighting on the sides of the mirror and/or cabinetry that provides adequate lighting as well as aesthetics. the choices can be two, three or four bulb lighting. the other is atmosphere lighting, the kind that makes the bathroom look according to plan with furnishings, and tiling preferences. Sometimes here creativity can be the key; ceiling fans with lighting at the base can serve double duty with beauty and function in mind. Here, ceiling mounted, close to ceiling mounted and even chandelier choices can be made. in any case, they should match with the design of the mirrored lighting. It is the lighting around the sink that is used for personal grooming that is the focal point of design.
Finally, one good makeup tip: Lighting fixtures should be placed about 35-40 on either side of the vanity mirror to avoid casting shadows on the face while putting on makeup or shaving. and if in doubt, fixtures can be placed directly on mirrored surfaces to again avoid casting shadows. To do this, just make sure that the lighting is placed directly at head level.