Finding good light fixtures for a bathroom can be surprisingly hard. Here is some inspiration for you.
Yes, these lights are on the small side, but placed at the right height, and helped by massive crown molding above, they cast accurate and pleasing light.
All too frequently, natural light in a bathroom has to sneak in through a small aperature located at chest height. Here's an argument for reversing that convention.
Note that you can mix in more-modern and austere fixtures. It helps that the lights here flow with the stunning, open bathroom layout.
A combination of high-hats, skylight, and warm over-the-sink fixtures rain light down on this expanse of bathroom.
Loads of natural photons ricochet here until nightfall, when the chandelier brings drama to the bath.
Nothing short of chrome fixtures would have done right by this Modern design.
The recessed ceiling lights and the fluorescents framing each mirror are to this jazz-cool bath what McCoy Tyner's piano is to John Coltrane's soprano sax. Natural companions.
Two small but powerful fixtures pour very defined pools of light. The effect in a bathroom this size is striking after dark.