From opulent to minimal you can definitely get creative with bathroom lighting. These 55 light fixtures will illuminate your bathroom's design potential.
In this Art Deco pad in Chicago, the master bath’s custom vanities are in Belgian black marble supported by bronze legs; the sinks have brass fittings; the sconces and ceiling light are custom, and the floor is Belgian Black marble with bronze inlay.
The tub, fittings and tiles in the black and white master bath of this Manhattan loft are all by . The vintage light fixture is from .
In a restored Long Island farmhouse, the white-washed bathroom boasts ceiling lights that are by , the walls are painted in and the window frame is painted in ; the wooden ship artwork was found in Europe.
In the master bath of a French countryside duplex, floor-to-ceiling galvanized-iron bookshelves are accessible by way of a metal library ladder. The sculptures and paintings are by Astuguevieille.
A chair by Huniford Collection, photographs by Nicholas, an antique sink, and vintage ship lights outfit the bathroom of this Upstate New York home; the medicine cabinet is made of reclaimed barnwood, the walls are waterproof Venetian plaster, and the floor is polished concrete.
The master bath's tub, sink, fittings, and black limestone flooring are all by Waterworks at this Upstate New York home. The sconces are by Vaughan, the kilim is from West Elm, and the artworks were purchased in London and Paris.
In Emmy Rossum's NYC apartment the custom vanity has fittings by , the walls, sink and floor are lined in , the medicine cabinet is by and the sconce is by .
The master bath sinks by glamorous West Village loft. The seat cushion is covered in a terry cloth, the ceiling light and sconces are 1960s Italian, and the floor is granite.have fittings in this
In an English country house, the guest bath has a tub and fittings reclaimed from another part of the manor; the curtains are of a silk, and the carpet is by .
In this Brooklyn townhouse has shibori wallpaper in the powder room is by and the mirror is by .
In the master bath at this Paris pied-à-terre, the circa-1760 rosewood-and-bronze writing desk and 18th-century gilded wood stool are French, the pendant light is made from a 19th-century lantern, the shower doors are steel and the walls are sheathed in striped plaster.
In the guest bath of this Los Angeles farmhouse, a chair is upholstered in the California state flag, the sink and fittings are by , the custom wallcovering is by , and the door is painted in .
The powder room in this Hudson River rancher mural is by and the wainscoting is painted in .
For a San Francisco family, designer Ken Fulk revived a faded 19th-century landmark, transforming it into a multifunctional 21st-century house without losing any of its period drama. The marble tub in the wife's bathroom is by , the wallcovering is hand-painted, and the flooring is by Fox Marble.
The copper sconces and pendants in the master bath of this Utah home are original to the house. The tub is by Kohler, the stool was made by a local craftsman, and the Navajo rugs are from 1910.
The master bathroom of Alice Childress and Christopher Daniels's downtown Manhattan loft, designed with the help of Courtnay Daniels Haden, includes a vintage Italian chandelier, an antique freestanding marble tub, and an inherited 18th-century painting. The custom-made vanities are outfitted with Caesarstone countertops and sinks; the sink and tub fittings are by .
The sconces in this French home are by Neirmann and the chandelier is by Tony Duquette. The tub in the master bath is by Jacob Delafon, with fittings by Waterworks, and the Veere Grenney chair is covered in an Armani/Casa fabric. The vanity, mirror, and marble flooring are all custom designs.
In the guest bath of this Cape Cod Cottage, the lighting adds a simple yet jovial touch to the room, which is painted in Farrow & Ball's Chappell Green.
The chandelier in this Florida home is Venetian glass. The master bath also features custom-made cabinetry, sink fittings by , and a silver-leafed mirror by .
Architect this Roman Palazzo into a storied home, with a bathroom featuring a 1930s chandelier, tub fittings by , and a heirloom 1750 Italian stool. The striped wallpaper is by .transformed
Thanks to a pair of brother architects, this apartment on Paris's Right Bank has a dark and moody aesthetic that updates classic French style for the 21st century. The master bath holds a 1960s chandelier, a 1950s American table, and a Saarinen armchair. The niche is clad in hand-cut glass-mosaic tiles inlaid with gold leaf, the walls are of Italian marble, and the floor is tiled with marble and gold-leafed-glass mosaics.
This guest bath features Vendome sconces by Thomas O'Brien for Bellport, New York home., a salvaged 1920s tub and pedestal sink, and a Burmese teak mirror in this
A sculpture by Louise Bourgeois overlooks a bathroom in French architect Jacques Grange's Paris apartment. The chandelier is 19th-century; the bathtub, sink, and faucet are by L'Epi d'Or and the inlaid marble floor is based on a Byzantine pattern.
In a guest bath of this Hollywood home, the vintage sconces and Emil Stejnar pendant are from Orange and the 19th-century mirror is Chinese. The tub is by Randolph Morris, the sink is by , and all of the fittings are by .
A circa-1960s light fixture by Sarfatti hangs above a master bath in Manhattan; the side table is by , and the walls are sheathed in marble.tub in this
bath in Bel Air showcases a custom-made light fixture by , white-oak cabinetry, and a photograph by George Hoyningen-Huene.'s
Elaborate sconces highlight Katie Ridder's New York City bathroom, where she chose a medium-height antique shelf to compensate for limited countertop and cabinet storage.
The geometric pattern on this powder room's lamp shades complements the pattern of a circa-1890 Tramp Art American mirror in a Southern California residence. The mural is by Jean Horihata, the stool is Chinese, and the sink fittings are by THG.
A spherical chandelier and a repurposed, towering bookcase are highlights of a Tampa, Florida, home designed by Nate Berkus.
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.