The Best Bathroom Lighting Ideas For Every Design Style – Part 2 – Don’t be left in the dark about your bathroom’s lighting potential. Elle Decor selected 55 amazing lighting ideas and Luxury Bathrooms was so delighted with all of them that decided to share every single one with you, so you can elevate your bathroom decoration to a much higher level of modernity and sophistication. Here’s the so expected second part of those 55 ideas.
A spherical chandelier and a repurposed, towering bookcase are highlights of a Tampa, Florida, home designed by Nate Berkus.
UNDERSTATED CEILING LIGHT
Understated lighting appeals to the minimal aesthetic of this bathroom in a modern Washington, D.C. home designed by Darryl Carter. The vanity hides drawers for storage.
In Brazilian architect Marcos Acayaba’s bathroom in Brazil, the lamps are by Dominici. The vanity is made of concrete with panels sheathed in Formica.
Quaint lighting features lend to the charm of this California cottage, decorated by Madeline Stuart. An elegant chest serves as a linen closet.
Simple lighting provides a striking contrast to the busy Finnish wallpaper from the 1950s adorning the walls of this Manhattan apartment powder room, decorated by Katie Ridder. Hanging above a simple yet stylish sink, a vintage mirror echoes the wall color.
SOUTHHAMPTON BATHROOM LIGHTING
The lighting in the master bath of Lorry Newhouse’s charming cottage in Southhampton adds subtle personality to the cheerful room. The mirror is by, and the wallpaper is by Rose Cumming.
Designercreates a master bath that is true to his Virginia farmhouse‘s roots by employing a simple lamp he designed for the , a sink vanity made from an oak table, and a slim mirror that sits in front of the windows.
Candle lighting fixtures, tiles byand a 19th-century painted wrought-iron washbasin are in this Bordeaux, France, bathroom designed by Michael Coorengel and Jean-Pierre Calvagrac.
SOFT GREEN SCONCES
At Dar Es Saada, the guesthouse at legendary couturier Yves Saint Laurent‘s Marrakech home, designer Bill Willis gave each of the six bathrooms its own style by employing an array of hues, including the soft green sconces.
In Mehall Griffey and Jerry Maggi’s apartment, the bathroom features an elegant chandelier and the walls and floor are covered in. The French mirror is 1950s and the custom sink was handmade by Sicilian craftsmen. The fittings are by , and the ceiling is covered in gold leaf.
In a vibrant Malibu house designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, a powder room’s lighting fixtures reflect the old-world charm that characterizes the Bali-inspired house. The washstand and mirror are custom made, the sink fittings are by, and the walls are covered in a paper by .
In this master bath in Lorenzo Castillo’s Madrid home, dignified lighting shoulders a 1950s Italian sink.
Decorator Martha Angus chose geranium red paint for a powder room in her Napa Valley home and used it from floor to ceiling (even on the molding). The sconces, mirror, sink vanity and fittings are by .
A Greenwich Village pied-a-terre provides designers to the stars Waldo Fernandez and Tommy Clements the opportunity to live the simple life in very high style. The walls are sheathed in Calacatta Viola marble.
One couple turned to designer Celery Kemble to revitalize their colorful East Hampton home. The master bath’s vintage chandelier is from Wardall Antiques, the custom copper tub has fittings by, the sink is by ; the floor is by , and the walls are painted in .
In a couple’s East Hampton home, the sconce is by, the powder room mirror is by , and the wall-covering is by .
SIMPLE CANDLE STICK CHANDELIER
In one Houston couple’s home, designed by J. Randall Powers, the master bath balances daring with tradition by featuring a chandelier found onand a chair by Louis XVI. The master bath’s tub by Waterworks has fittings by , and the marble counter and floor are from . The artwork is by Marilyn Minter.
Anmirror hangs below a simple strip of lighting and above a locally-made sink in this Portugal beach house, owned by Spanish model Eugenia Silva. The fittings are by and the floor is poured concrete.
CLOTH GEOMETRIC PENDANT
In the Paris home of designer, a fabric-covered, geometric light fixture and a large, gold-framed wall mirror accents the marble room. The bathroom sink and tub are custom designs, and the fittings are antique. The Japanese screen on the wall is from the Edo period.
In the master bath of a pavilion outside St. Petersburg, the 1970s chandelier was found in Palm Beach and the 1950s stool is from. The mirror is from the 1940s.
A 1960slight fixture hangs above a cantilevered Carrara marble sink in this marble master bathroom of a SoHo loft. A large, frameless mirror complements the clean, crisp aesthetic.
In this 18th-century palazzo in a remote town in southern Italy, a bathroom features a sconce by Ignazio Gardella, a vintage vanity, and a wall sculpture by Helmut Pizzinini.
Designer Philip Vergeylen made a clean sweep through a traditional London townhouse to transform it into a serene and elegant oasis. In a guest bath, the vanity, topped in Thassos marble, and shower enclosure are custom made, and the fittings are by. The sconce lampshades add a cheery pop of color to the otherwise minimalist space.
In this 17th-century Italian farmhouse‘s powder room, the sconces are by, the circa-1730 giltwood mirror is Spanish, and the stone sink and brass faucet are antique.
INTRICATE CANDLELIGHT FIXTURES
Candlelight fixtures complement the mirror and French sink, both 19th century, in designer Alejandro Redo’s Mexico City master bath. The floor is Carrara marble, and thechair is upholstered with a fabric designed by Redo.
SIMPLE WHITE SCONCES
Simple white sconces adorn the master bath of this stylish Soho loft. The tub is by, the antique mirrors are Italian, and the walls are painted in .
Single lightbulb fixtures draw attention to a central butterfly portrait in a bathroom of Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s Hamptons home. Wall mounted sinks flank a vintage-inspired cabinet topped with beach-inspired trinkets.
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Source: Elle Decor