Fashion meets function in this season's array of bath lighting options. Matching fixture finishes is no longer a problem with the variety of nickels, steels, pewters, and bronzes available. Unique glass designs can add pizzazz to a new bath.
Designed as an alternative to traditional wall sconces, the BeautyWrap is a top-mounted fixture with matching mini pendant lights attached on each side. They provide mirror-side lighting without having to break through the wall to rewire for sconces. The fixtures are available in three finishes, including distressed black, shown here in the Meredith style. The fixture is also offered as an accessory bar, with no overhead lights, in two finishes. 800.659.9000. www.kichler.com.
The MetaRamics series of wall sconces features a range of different metals. Pewter (shown) is accompanied by other styles in bronze and gloss black, while unique fixture finishes range from desert tan to cobalt blue. The fixtures can also be ordered ready-to-paint to match a décor exactly. 800.299.7905. www.ameriteclighting.com.
ADA approved, the Adjustable Height Sliding Wall-Mounted lighted mirror is practical and attractive. It's available in chrome, nickel, titanium, and gold finishes, and with 3x or 5x magnification. The light source is positioned in the bottom portion of the mirror for optimum illumination. When lit, the mirror will remain “fog-free,” the maker says. The unit has an attached power cord. 800.421.4404. www.frenchreflection.com.
Sea Gull Lighting.
The Pemberton two-light wall/bath light casts a warm glow on traditional or contemporary décor. Shown in brushed nickel, it's also available in the unique, hand-painted Peppercorn finish. The fixture, which features satin etched glass, can be mounted with its lights up or down. The 13-inch-by-10-inch fixture extends 8 inches from the wall. 800.347.5483. www.seagulllighting.com.
The Geometric Wall Sconce is one of many unique hand-created fused glass light fixtures from the company. Pieces of specialized art glass are cut by hand and arranged on top or next to one another before firing. Fused glass is made by melting or fusing the pieces of glass together in a kiln. The glass can be formed to match different décors and color schemes, and is lead-free. 781.270.5050. www.moniquestudio.com.
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