Why LED Bathroom Light Fixtures Work Better January 21, 2015 13:22
What are LEDs? And Why Are They Better?
If you haven’t heard of LED bathroom light fixtures, then you most likely don’t know that LEDs are becoming very poplar around households. LEDs or also known as light–emitting diodes are semiconductor devices that produce visible light when an electrical current passed through them. LEDs come in three types which are Solid State Lighting (SSL), as are organic light–emitting diodes (OLEDs) and light–emitting polymers (LEPs). If you are trying to find new bath lights for your remodel try LED bathroom light fixtures. When it comes to bathroom lights you want the best lighting . You want your bathroom lighting to not be dull, but not too bright. We are used to using incandescent and fluorescent lighting, but LED lighting differs from these bulbs. When LED bulbs are well designed they are more efficient, durable, and they last way longer that a regular light bulb. If you are wondering if LEDs are expensive, they can be. Not all of them are but most are around $30 to $40. Yes they are a little more expensive, but they are definitely worth the money. We have picked some some LED bathroom light fixtures that you can look at. There are very versatile, and can be used in any bathroom depending on your style. We have many more, but these are just a few of our different ones. They all come in a standard form for regular light bulbs and LED lighting.
LED Bathroom Light Fixtures
You can use LED sconces in your bathroom like these. These sconces have very different looks but are all LED. The Acadia 1- Light Bath, The Alpine 1- Light Glass Bath Bar, and The Campolina 1-Light Bath, are in order from left to right. The Acadia is also oil rubbed bronze if the polished nickel doesn’t fit your bathroom decor. The Alpine bath light is great for everyone’s unique design style. You can even place it upside down and it would give the same look. The Campolina is more of a contemporary style light. It comes in polished chrome or satin nickel.
Vanity lights are usually used in bathrooms. Sometimes flush mounts can be added to give a little extra lighting. The vanity on the left is called Barton 4 – Light Polished Nickel Vanity. It exhibits white hand-blown mission style glass with an oversized glass holder for added impact. In the center, you have the Chadwick 2-Light Flush Mount. This light reflects the beauty of hand-turned craftsmanship inspired by early 20th century lighting and antiques that have surpassed the test of time. On the right you have the Bristol 3- Light Bath Bar. This light comes in oil rubbed bronze, polished and brushed nickel.We definitely recommend a vanity light and some matching sconces around your bathroom if you have room for it. Make sure when you purchase you choose the LED selection.