Edited Choice: Bathroom Wall Lights

Looking for the perfect bathroom wall light? These gorgeous examples not only illuminate and cast a flattering light, they're splash proof, moisture resistant and make a style statement too. From Hollywood-inspired Art Deco pieces to hang on either side of your mirror to a colourful Murano glass design that's captivating and unusual, these six picks wouldn't look out of place in a five star boutique hotel. Perfect in your home too!

Paola wall light (IP44), from £330, Hector Finch

Paola wall light (IP44), from £330, Hector Finch

Made by one of Murano's oldest glass factories, this globe has an intense colour and wonderful luminosity.

Mezzo wall light (IP44), £360, CTO Lighting

Mezzo wall light (IP44), £360, CTO Lighting

Great as either statement pieces or unobtrusive ambient lighting, the simple spheric shapeemits a warm soft glow.

Astro Cabaret wall light (IP44), £120, John Lewis

Astro Cabaret wall light (IP44), £120, John Lewis

Give your bathroom that Hollywood showbiz touch with this row of vanity lights.

Bulkhead wall light (IP54), £335, Davey Lighting at Original BTC

Bulkhead wall light (IP54), £335, Davey Lighting at Original BTC

This polished brass wall light has an almost nautical vibe – like it came straight from a 1940's cruise liner. The retro design would work well against both wallpaper and tiling.

Dalby wall light (IP44), from £396, Drummonds

Dalby wall light (IP44), from £396, Drummonds

Suspended from a cord, this bathroom wall light comes in three glass options; clear, fluted or antiqued. Choose one of four different finishes; polished chrome, unlacquered brass, polished nickel and antique brass,to compliment the metalwork in your bathroom.

Lillholmen wall light (IP44), £12, Ikea

Lillholmen wall light (IP44), £12, Ikea

This simple but striking wall light can be mounted with the lights turned upwards like this – or downwards to be hung above a mirror.

Lotte Brouwer
Lotte Brouwer

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