Here is what I did with the other wire basket…laying it on its side to hold the coffee filters.
Overhead lighting – central ceiling lights aren’t ideal for bathrooms, but you can change the fittings and bulbs to provide a softer light. Many new bathrooms are fitted with recessed Down Lights, which cast light directly onto the surfaces below, giving a warm reflective effect. Positioning these downlights in key positions, such as over the shower cubicle helps to give you additional dedicated lighting. You might also want to consider fitting a dimmer switch to your overhead lights so that you can control how strong they are – but you should ask an electrician to do this for you.
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