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Bathroom ceiling light for stylish illumination

In addition to the sink, shower and toilet, not only the bathroom mirror or bathroom cabinet plays an important role in the daily care routine, but also pleasant lighting. With our LED bathroom ceiling lights, the room becomes bright and radiant in no time. Particularly practical: Depending on the model, you can adjust the right light to your personal preferences using a dimming function. But before you quickly find out the light intensity you want, discover the right one for your needs in our wide selection of ceiling lights.

Bathroom ceiling light: This is what you should definitely pay attention to

Whether in the morning or evening – with the right ceiling light in the bathroom there is pleasant lighting at any time of the day. However, to ensure that it is installed correctly and safely, it is recommended that it be installed by an experienced electrician. In a damp room such as the bathroom, it is important to ensure that the electric light does not come into contact with water.

In addition, the lamp you choose should have a suitable degree of protection to withstand moisture and splash water. A high IP protection class such as IP44 or higher is recommended to increase the lifespan of the light and avoid accidents. But for aesthetic reasons it is also advisable to always pay attention to the right shape so that your new ceiling light can be seen to its best advantage in a pleasant atmosphere

Protection classes for ceiling lights in the bathroom from 0 to 2

Depending on the area, DIN VDE 0100 Part 701 provides three protection zones for the safe installation of ceiling lights in the bathroom, for which the lamps must have different protection classes.

Protection zone 0

In bathrooms, protection zone 0 is located inside the shower or bathtub. Only lights with a maximum of 12 volts AC or 30 volts DC and a protection class of at least IP X7 (temporary submersion) may be used here as appropriate lighting.

Protection zone 1

This area extends over shower and bathtubs up to a height of 2.25 m or to the highest point of the water outlet. Lights within a radius of 120 cm around the shower head or within the shower cubicle must be protected against jets of water (at least protection class IP X5). The nominal voltage must not exceed 25 volts for alternating current and 60 volts for direct current.

Protection zone 2

This is an extended area of 60 cm of protection zones 0 and 1. Luminaires in this area must have at least protection class IP X4, and when using water jets, for example from massage jets, also IP X5. Switches and sockets are not permitted in zones 0, 1 and 2 unless they are part of standardized and protected luminaires. For partitions that are smaller than the respective zone dimensions, the overreach and underreach must be taken into account.

Important: Transformers must not be installed in protection zones 1 and 2 and sockets and switches must not be installed in zones 0, 1 and 2.

Bathroom ceiling lights in the perfect style

Whether round or square - for pleasant light and a beautiful ceiling light in the bathroom, it's always worth looking up. Depending on your individual room dimensions and furnishing style, you will find the perfect light for your bathroom. For example, combine a round ceiling light with a round bathroom mirror light to create a particularly harmonious and relaxing room atmosphere.

Is your bathroom mirror square or do you simply prefer square and rectangular shapes? Then you have the freedom to choose with our square models. These can be ideally combined with doors and windows, for example, to give your interior that certain something.

In addition to the shape, the style also plays an important role in ensuring a pleasant stay in the bathroom, because classic or modern ceiling lights can set different accents in the environment. While a classic style creates a cozy atmosphere, a modern look brings a clear and contemporary touch to your own four walls. In both cases they are also ideal for a bathroom mirror lamp.

Order bathroom ceiling light online in the ETC shop

Would you like your bathroom to be beautiful, bright and atmospheric? Then choose one of our modern mood brighteners with which you can illuminate your bathroom around the clock. Equipped with LED lamps and useful additional functions such as dimmability, motion detectors, etc., you will find the right model for your needs. If you have any further questions about your desired product, you can contact us by phone or email. Our lighting experts will always provide you with the most useful information.

Frequently asked Questions

Which light is best for the bathroom?

In the bathroom, bright, even light is ideal for minimizing shadows and increasing safety. LED lights with a neutral color temperature of approximately 4,000 Kelvin are a good choice as they provide natural light quality and are energy efficient.

Which light sources are used for ceiling lights in the bathroom?

We only use high-quality LED technology, which is very energy efficient and has a long service life. Another advantage of LEDs is the low heat generation, which increases safety in the bathroom. LEDs also offer a wide range of color temperatures and dimming options to create targeted and glare-free lighting.

Where is the best place to place a ceiling light in the bathroom?

A central ceiling light that illuminates the entire room is suitable for uniform basic lighting. Side wall lights in the bathroom provide shadow-free light and are ideal for facial care. If you want to create a particularly atmospheric atmosphere, additional accent lights above the mirror or near the shower are recommended. Alternatively, you can also have recessed lights installed in various places in the bathroom.

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