Family ResidenceCoastal Bathroom, London
Nautical inspired child's bathroom
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Pick a pendant (or two)Of course, you don’t have to attach your vanity lights to the wall. How about fitting some on-trend ceiling pendants to work as task lighting, like they’ve done here? In this coastal-themed bathroom, the fisherman-style lights add an authentic touch. Remember to investigate suitable ceiling lights for bathrooms – there are specific safety regulations in a room with water.
Continue a themeIf your bathroom has a particular theme, then continue this in the lighting. The cage pendants here complement the mirror and taps wonderfully and help give this bathroom a nautical edge. Details are key to a cohesive design, and lighting is a brilliant way to add another layer to your bathroom scheme.
Let there be lightLighting should be heavy-duty and have an instantly recognisable industrial heritage. The factory pendant is a timeless classic for overhead lighting, but if you’re after wall lighting, particularly beside a mirror, why not consider maritime-style bulkhead lights, articulating scissor lamps or caged sconces?
This bathroom was designed for the owners’ son. ‘It had to be fun, but also something he could grow up with,’ explains Katia. The pendant lights and mirror introduce a nautical theme and help give this space its own unique identity. ‘The lights are cast aluminium and steel industrial pendants, salvaged from communist-era factories across East Germany,’ she adds. Lights, Trainspotters Industrial Lighting & Salvage. Rope mirror, Coach House.