place a mirror to throw extra light. you then can use a lesser wattt bulb.
as a funky (or not)idea we used this when we had no electricity
in the mts. our oil lamps placed on top of mirrors, in fact kept those mirror tiles around to use for just that
thanks for the reminder I will do this on my bedroom lamp. Rick
In a bathroom design, replacing a section of tile with mirror can radically cut costs - and yet it normally makes the room feel more expensive, not to mention brighter and bigger.
I counted 16 mirrors in my place. I love mirrors. :-)