Proper lighting according to vanity size?

southernstitcherSeptember 4, 2013

I have an 84" vanity, and it currently has two swags over it. 60 watt bulbs do light it up nicely, but that could be due to the fact that there are large clear glass "shades" over them both, and the vanity is white.
We're keeping the white vanity, but having the electrician move the box from the ceiling to the wall behind the vanity. I really don't want to pay to have more boxes installed on either side of the vanity.
Do you think that two, two bulb fixtures would work here, or one 4 bulb in the center?

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