Bathroom lighting

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Color
Material
Light source type
Volt
Watt
IP-classification
dimmable
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RENDL wall lamp MAREA 60 white 230V LED 18W IP44 3000K R13554 1
NEWIP44
RENDL wall lamp IMPERISO 60 white 230V LED 18W IP44 3000K R13555 1
NEWIP44
RENDL recessed light BELLA LED recessed white 230V LED 11W IP65 3000K R13602 1
NEWIP65
RENDL recessed light ISLA recessed white 230V GU10 15W IP65 R13603 1
NEWIP65
RENDL surface mounted lamp KIM ceiling white 230V GU10 35W IP65 R13608 1
NEWIP65
RENDL surface mounted lamp MERANO LED 30 ceiling chrome/matte acrylic 230V LED 16W IP44 3000K R13697 1
NEWIP44
EXPECTED DATE
19/07/2021
EUR 150,-

MERANO LED 30

RENDL surface mounted lamp MERANO LED 35 ceiling chrome/matte acrylic 230V LED 24W IP44 3000K R13698 1
NEWIP44
EXPECTED DATE
19/07/2021
EUR 178,-

MERANO LED 35

RENDL outdoor lamp SORANO ceiling black plastic 230V LED GU10 8W IP44 R13633 1
NEWIP44
EXPECTED DATE
14/06/2021
EUR 18,-

SORANO CEILING

RENDL outdoor lamp SENZA R ceiling white clear glass 230V LED 6W IP54 3000K R13622 1
NEWIP65
EXPECTED DATE
14/06/2021
EUR 78,-

SENZA R

RENDL outdoor lamp ORIN R ceiling white satinated acrylic 230V LED 10W IP54 3000K R13626 1
NEWIP54
EXPECTED DATE
14/06/2021
EUR 78,-

ORIN R

RENDL outdoor lamp ORIN SQ ceiling white satinated acrylic 230V LED 10W IP54 3000K R13628 1
NEWIP54
EXPECTED DATE
14/06/2021
EUR 78,-

ORIN SQ

RENDL outdoor lamp SENZA SQ ceiling anthracite grey clear glass 230V LED 6W IP65 3000K R13625 1
NEWIP65
EXPECTED DATE
14/06/2021
EUR 78,-

SENZA SQ

RENDL outdoor lamp KEIG ceiling black 230V GU10 35W IP65 R13632 1
NEWIP65
EXPECTED DATE
14/06/2021
EUR 48,-

KEIG

RENDL wall lamp PALEA 300 chrome 230V LED 4.4W IP44 3000K R10614 1
IP44
EXPECTED DATE
19/07/2021
EUR 88,-

PALEA 300

RENDL wall lamp PALEA 500 chrome 230V LED 7W IP44 3000K R10613 1
IP44
EXPECTED DATE
19/07/2021
EUR 129,-

PALEA 500

It is not easy to equip the bathroom with suitable lighting. We need a powerful and directable light source, for example near a mirror, but also a weaker light to relax in the bath where sharp light would disturb us. Thus, it is more convenient to obtain a central ceiling light, and spot or linear illumination of the mirror and cabinets.
However, the lights must meet the high requirements for water and moisture insulation. This is the very basis of bathroom lighting. It is also highly recommended to have the lights installed by professionals. The lifetime of the light is thus assured and you do not have to worry about any shocks or short circuits.

If you are thinking about installing the fixtures in the bathroom yourself, it is important to check above all the so-called IP, the manufacturer's mandatory number. Literally, it is an index of "Ingress Protection". In essence, this figure indicates how much the light is resistant to adverse influences - in the case of bathrooms, especially against moisture and water. IP is always marked with two numerical values ​​and it is important to distinguish them according to where exactly we want to place the light in the bathroom.

We can help you to distinguish the bathroom into three zones according to the severity of the conditions:
1 / The most vulnerable part of the bathroom is the one located directly near the shower or bath, for example inside the shower. All equipment in this zone must have a low electrical voltage (max. 12 V) for safety reasons and the fixtures must have an IP rating of at least 65. This is a designation for light fixtures that operate even in absolute humidity and water contact. For immersion in water, eg pool lighting, absolute IP 68 protection is required.
2 / Less demanding zone is a space over two meters above the bath or shower. Here we need IP 44.
3 / The same IP 44 is also recommended for light fixtures that are placed in the bathroom completely out of the reach of water, eg above a mirror or ceiling lights. After all, moisture and steam can also penetrate there.
Today we use LED lamps - they are popular, for example, as ready-made bathroom lamps (you do not change the bulb) or as LED strips that evenly illuminate a large area, suitable and very popular for example for backlighting bathroom cabinets or mirrors.

Every year brings new trends in colors and materials, in bathrooms it is now black and white, marble and concrete. Chrome still prevails in light fixtures, mainly because of the fact that ninety percent use chrome faucets. Our customers often want stainless steel lights, while glass or chrome lights are also a good match.