The height of the Edison wall sconce will depend on the people who use the bathroom. Ideally, they should be the appliques at the level of the eyes. In restrooms for children, this rule does not have to apply, and the sconces should be set at a height for general use 66 inches from the floor to the center of the luminaire. If the appliqués are the only source of lighting around the mirror, put it at face height – about 60 inches off the floor.
If you are installing chandeliers on either side of the mirror in the bathroom. Use the center of the mirror to determine the distance between the chandeliers. Then place appliques between 18 and 20 inches on each side of the centerline of the mirror. In bathrooms where more than two sconces flanking the mirror will be installed, use a distance of 36 to 40 inches between chandeliers and maintain the same distance between sconces around the room for even distribution of light.
Options for Edison wall sconce designed for use in bathrooms. Bathroom fixtures are specially sealed to prevent water from seeping into the electric components of the lamp. Ant then check local building codes to make sure the lamp complies with the necessary codes. Then consider installing incandescent bulbs in the sconces. Fluorescent lights can make your face appear washed out. For women, this could result in applying too much makeup while visualizing themselves in the mirror.