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Typically, you’ll use fixtures that provide 75 to 100 watts. If you’re looking for stylish bulb, BLE’s selection is killer.
and of course they own the throne for the best outdoor lighting! In love with this Wheeler Sky Chief Sconce. Now go get lost in their blog and website, so much eye candy!
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So what do you think? Are you loving my mustard barn lights as much as I do?
There you have it! We are loving the high-quality BLE lights and recommend them if you’re looking for new pendants for your own home! Here’s another shot of the entryway decked out in fall decor. Aren’t the pendants the perfect finishing touch?
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The final jewel to our long awaited bathroom remodel is here! Meet our Barn Light Electric farmhouse bathroom vanity lights that make this farmhouse bathroom pop!
Here are the larger pendants (16″) in our entryway. We chose the black & white cord option as we felt like it was a classic color scheme.
We chose the Industrial Guard Double Vanity lights above our DIY Bathroom Dresser Vanity.
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When you’re renovating a bathroom, you learn a lot of details like what are the correct measurements to hang the bathroom vanity light above the mirror. The standard height for vanity lighting above bathroom mirrors is 75” to 80” from the finished floor to the center of the light fixture. Keep in mind that these are just the standard measurements and it’s okay to adjust them to fit your space and play around with what works best for you. If you’re looking to hang sconces rather than a vanity, they’re typically hung 64” off the finished floor to be at eye-level.
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by Lolly Jane | Sep 19, 2017 | Before/After, Home décor, Home Improvement, Kelli’s Home | 8 comments
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We have been so excited to share our progress on my house. We started this project back in February and are surprised at how long it’s taken to get this far! House renovations are no joke! We’ve lived in the house during the process with our 4 kids and we hope they can say we’ve grown closer as a family during it…literally since we’re down to 1 working bathroom right now, HA! So far, we’ve raised our 7′ ceiling and removed our soffit then applied peel and stick shiplap in our entryway. Lights are the cherries on top and these beauties really finish off the space, don’t they? We are in LOVE with these Wesco black pendants from Barn Light Electric. Read on to see more of this crazy farmhouse renovation, we are loving the (SLOW) progress!
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This farmhouse style bathroom vanity lighting from Barn Light Electric is my favorite in this colorful farmhouse bathroom remodel.
All our lighting dreams came through with these Barn Light Electric black pendants. As you can see before, our hallway was dark and dreary. We raised the ceilings a foot, added some solar tubes and replaced one dinky sidewall pendant with these gorgeous hanging pendants. We added 2 down the hallway then 1 more around the corner to our master. These Wesco beauties are 12″ in size and are the perfect scale for a hallway. We installed 16″ pendants in the entryway and love how bulky they are, so pretty!
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Farmhouse Bathroom Vanity Lights – Which wattage is right for your light fixture?
Check out more of their gorgeous lights in other homes across the country like this Jadite Porcelain Pendant from their blog,
Get caught up on all our bathroom sources here. We’ve added some fresh linens to match the mustard vanity, grab the yellow and white medallion rug and Turkish bathroom linens on Amazon. My 35″ topiary tree is from Pottery Barn, scored it at their 20% off friends and family sale last month. Everything else is sourced here. Leave any other questions below, we’d love to give you tips on your own budget-friendly bathroom renovation!
A more recent update: you can see we moved the AC vent (we got a new air conditioner installed in February and updated the metal ducts to flex tubing during the soffit lifting renovation) and wired the lights on either side of the vent.
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My husband surprised me for our 16th wedding anniversary and installed this Barn Light Electric Double Atomic Vanity while I was running kids to lacrosse practice. It’s gorgeous! I chose these darling farmhouse bathroom vanity lights from our favorite light company after installing their Wesco pendants hanging in our entryway and down the hall. We love the character they add to our old farmhouse.
Here is what the entryway looked like right after we moved in six years ago, what a dinky little light!
So now that you know the right height to hang bathroom vanity lights, what should your bathroom vanity light bulb wattage be?
by Lolly Jane | Mar 5, 2018 | accessories, Bathroom, Home décor, Kelli’s Home, MojiLife | 3 comments