How to Add Lamps Above a Mirror in a Bathroom

We have moved into a new house that has only three ceiling recessed lights in the master bathroom. Two of them are above the two sinks. There is a space above the mirror on the wall behind the sinks. How can I add a set of wall hanging lights to provide more light? Thanks LM
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You need to run a cable either from the existing switch, a new switch, or one of the existing lights, to the new locations, install wall boxes, then hang the fixtures

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Hi, Easiest may be using track lighting aboue taking power from the recessed fixture?
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snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com wrote:

Trak lighting. Use different temperature bulbs. The ladies will appreciate seeing how thier makeup looks with varied lighting.
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An alternative to conventional track lighting might be the FreeJack system from Teck Lighting. This system has a recessed lighting adapter available that could allow you to convert your existing recessed fixtures into a variety of fixtures including spots, pendants, etc. One site that carries this product is http://www.lightingforum.com/tech/tech_lighting_freejack_index.htm . I hope this helps.

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Like others said, no matter what you are going to have to do some wiring. If wiring proves difficult, try removing your medicine cabinet. If it was recessed it might wiring easier. Or as a suggestion, if you are interested in getting a new medicine cabinet, you will probably have to reframe the opening anyway and thus might make wiring easier and plus you have more options as to what light fixture you want.
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