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Modern Bathroom Light Fixtures

Get inspired with this round-up shopping guide of affordable and modern bathroom light fixtures (most under $150) to add an updated touch to your bathroom!

As a part of my Girls’ Bathroom Refresh, I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect new lighting for over the vanity mirror. The light we currently have works fine, but it’s outdated, so I’d like to upgrade some something a little more modern.

I snapped this quick pic on my phone to show you what it looks like. The burned out light helps you see exactly what it looks like. ๐Ÿ˜œ

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The old light in the girls' bathroom

I don’t love the marbled frosted glass look, which would be an easy change, but it’s also polished chrome and I would like to go with satin nickel to match the bathroom hardware and faucet. Although I’m not sold on the satin nickel finish. I’m eyeing fixture aged brass of fixture #2. But maybe I will use those in my bathroom when we do a refresh in there. I just love that look!

The fixture I chose for my mood board for the girls’ bathroom refresh is #1, the brushed nickel milk glass schoolhouse light fixture. I still have a week or so to decide before I need to order it, so I’ll let it be a surprise which one I pick. ๐Ÿ˜‹ Stay tuned!

Affordable Bathroom Lighting for Every Budget

As I was looking for the right light for our refresh, I found several that I thought were cute and would work in our space. So, I thought I’d share in case you want to refresh your bathroom with new lighting, too!

Affordable Bathroom Lighting for every budget!

1. School House Milk Glass Light // 2. Classic Brass Double Vanity Lights // 3. Industrial Chic, One-Arm Bathroom Sconce (similar) // 4. Nickel Fixture (similar) // 5. Sconce Light (similar) // 6. 2-Light Bar Light Fixture  // 7. Farmhouse Style Cage Light Fixture // 8. Bistro-Style 2-Light Fixture  // 9. Satin Nickle Schoolhouse Light //10. Modern Farmhouse Black Metal Light // 11. Sussex Double Sconce // 12. 3 light vanity under $150! // 13. Metal Industrial Bathroom Fixture // 14. Frosted Globe 3-Light Fixture (similar)

You can click on the corresponding links and numbers above, or click on any image below to take you straight to the light fixture. Some of them are now out-of-stock, but I’ve tried to link up to something similar.

I’ve since moved into a new home and updated our girls’ new bathroom with wallpaper and lighting! I chose one of my favorite light fixtures from this list and we love it!

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Brass 3-Light Dimmable Vanity Light

Happy shopping! I’d love to know which light is your favorite in the comments below!

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7 Comments

  1. I just read your post and found it very useful. They look great, you can always rely on CFS! Your bathroom furniture is lovely too

  2. Iโ€™m a little confused, I thought your post said you chose #1 for your girls bathroom, but it is not brushed nickel. Typo, maybe? Anyway, there are some really nice options! Maybe itโ€™s the teacher in me, but I LOVE the schoolhouse lights #1 and #9๐Ÿ˜. I am so looking forward to seeing the finished bathroom, I love everything you chose for the mood board. Itโ€™s going to be beautiful๐Ÿ’•๐ŸŒธ. I think bathrooms are the perfect place to experiment with fun colors we might not want to use as much in the rest of our house.

    1. Hey Vicki … the teacher in you is coming out in your attention to details. ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‹ Just teasing you… yes! The #1 light is the same light I chose, but in a different finish. It comes in 3 finishes and my assistant and I thought it’d be fun to show a different color in our graphic. But I would choose the brushed nickel if I go with that light! The black and brass is just a little to retro for my taste. ๐Ÿ˜Š Thank you for reading!

  3. Definitely bookmarking this post. We are gutting ALL OF OUR BATHROOMS and adding another. Say Goodbye Seventies (if you know YAZ sing it with me!!). Anywho new lights all around. I love every one that you chose. I have some saved in Wayfair and Houzz and Pinterest. I definitely lean towards farmhouse and rustic.

  4. if you are going with the brushed nickel, I prefer #12 over #9 that you put on your board. The glass shades on #12 are more unique & modern for young girls & guests. I am not a fan of clear glass shades in the bathroom as I find it more glaring and dust is more visible so you might consider that if you decide on one of your other options.

    1. That’s funny you should mention #12, because it was the very first light I picked for the bathroom and then I changed my mind. But the pros would be that it won’t show dust and the lights will be easier to change. I still may choose that one, too! And good call on the “no clear glass” in bathrooms. I hadn’t thought about that. I also struggle with finding pretty light bulbs that give off the right colored light when I have a glass fixture. Something to consider! Thanks so much for commenting! xo, Laura

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