light fixtures in a shower
Prev. owner installed really ugly white jelly-jar fixtures in a bulkhead on the right wall of a large walk-in shower. They're above the shower head, so I assume only a stray drop or two might hit them, but I understand that they are not up to code. I'm wondering if they must be replaced with something made specifically for a shower, or if I could use a wet-location rated outdoor fixture with an enclosed bulb and seal where it attaches to the wall with a rubber gasket? They are very prominent, so I'd really like to find something more attractive and more in character with the room and the house than cans or the like.