Bathroom lights are a very specialist product as they have to be specially designed for the setting and must meet certain strict regulations. IP44 rated at a minimum will ensure to make them safe to use in the steamy atmosphere of the bathroom. An IP rating indicates the degree of protection the light fitting gives the bulb and wiring from outside issues such as damp, dust etc and so outside lights, dedicated bathroom lights should at least be IP44 however if used within an enclosure where water jets are present then IP65 may be required. To ensure the correct fittings are used in the bathroom and to maintain safety you should always use a qualified and competent electrician. All bathroom lights sold by Lighting Majestic will state there IP rating and will be suitable for the zone that rating has been designed for. As mentioned above there is nowhere in the home that safety is more critical than in the bathroom, this is why we advise you always employ a competent electrician to carry out the wiring works within the bathroom. With the current wiring regulations RCD units must be used for all bathroom electrical circuits, there is also guidelines available that also detail the zoning of the bathroom to enable the correct IP rating of the bathroom fitting that can be used.

Bathrooms nowadays are real design features in the home and estate agents often say that a bathroom can sell a house on its own, if well designed. Bathroom lights are an important part of the overall look desired and at Lighting Majestic you will find a huge range of lights, from ceiling lights to wall lights and even lights for sinking into the floor. A good way of introducing bathroom wall lights is to go for an illuminated mirror with the lights incorporated around it. This gives a good overall light and also a good working light for makeup or shaving.

As well as wall lights, most bathrooms would benefit from a ceiling light as well, and Lighting Majestic has a large range to choose from. Bathroom ceiling lights can be modern or more traditional, but with bathrooms becoming very hi-tech these days, the more sleek designs are becoming more common. Flush lights give a very good light whilst maintaining a sleek overall effect and also mean that the odd flying towel or rubber duck at bath time will not result in disaster.

If you are changing the bathroom lights in the house it is essential to get an accredited electrician to do the work. Bathrooms are zoned, depending on how far the area is from taps, steam etc and it is very important indeed that this is taken into account when doing any electrical work in this room. Water and electricity really don’t mix, but Lighting Majestic have made choosing the lights very easy, with a dedicated bathroom lighting section.


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