One of the most impactful ways to light your bathroom is by installing wall lights on the side of your mirror. This interior décor trick is both elegant and practical, providing the extra illumination you need to get ready in the morning while also boosting the ambience of the space.
We’ve handpicked stunning images shared by our customers to showcase the many ways you can pair mirrors with our exclusive range of beautiful antique and contemporary lighting:
Matching our White Upton Glass Shades with large mirrors looks stylish and slick in this luxury and minimal bathroom design. The brass contemporary wall lights are stylishly placed on the sides of a large mirror, complementing the marble effect of the bathroom without obstructing the view.
This stunning interior design snap, taken in the tiny market town of Ross-On-Wye, displays a skinny rib take on our popular Hereford Ribbed Glass Globe Contemporary Wall Light. Perfectly positioned to frame the hallway mirror, the wall lights are a charming addition to the décor.
The Fritz Fryer-exclusive hand-blown clear glass Hereford shade looks fantastic on our Swan Neck Wall light in this picture from The Bower House. The combination of the wall lights with mirrors finished in the same material and a stunning colour scheme in the background create a shabby chic but opulent feel.
The Pixley bathroom wall light is a neat, elegant and simple contemporary fitting. Pictured here with a skinny ribbed glass shade, the symmetrically hung lights tastefully frame the large round mirror, creating ambience and providing extra illumination for the morning routine.
The handmade Hereford globe bathroom wall light is an elegant yet simple contemporary fitting, perfectly suited for bathroom settings thanks to its IP44 rating. Another great choice for framing a mirror hung above the sink, the Hereford clear glass shades, as displayed above, contrast nicely with the shape of the mirror itself, creating visual versatility without disrupting the space.
Our original gilt finished Rococo sconces have a delicate, decorative appeal and look stunning against a backdrop of high ceilings, vibrant colours and period pieces. In the above picture, they’ve been used to create a bourgeois atmosphere by framing the large mantelpiece mirror in a luxurious way reminiscent of Late Baroque French castles.