Bathroom Lighting question

madtown_2006_gwOctober 23, 2013

Hi all, We are remodeling our small powder room (~ 3' x 6') and we would like to put two scones on the wall like this:

Traditional Powder Room by San Francisco Interior Designers & Decorators Regan Baker Design

We are also doing a similar pedestal sink. Here are the sconces I really like, but they each take only one 60w B10 candelabra base bulb. Do you think that is enough lighting for a small powder room? Currently there is no ceiling fixture, just a fan. I could replace the fan with a fan/light combo, but I'd prefer not to do that unless necessary. Does anyone know if the 2 60W candelabra bulbs would be enough? Thank you!

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For a small powder bath, I would say yes.

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