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How to Choose the Best Bathroom Mirror
How to Choose the Best Bathroom Mirror

It's easy not to see a mirror. It's easy to overlook a mirror. After all, when we look into one, we see reflections of so many other items before we even see it. A good mirror is an essential part of many rooms, particularly your bathroom. There are so many styles and sizes to choose from. Here's a guide to help you pick the perfect mirror for your bathroom.

Sizing Your Mirror

It is important to consider both function and proportion when selecting the size of your bathroom mirror. If you want to create a balanced appearance, compare the size and proportion of your mirror with that of your vanity.

Typically, vanity lenses are no wider than the vanity. We will talk about some exceptions later.

The common approach to mirror alignment is to make it exactly as wide and as long as possible as the vanity.

This is a lot easier when you use a custom-sized frame mirror.

If they aren't the same width, you could make the mirror 70 to 80 per cent wider than the vanity. The mirror will appear slightly smaller but not shrinking.

To be functional, a mirror must only reach about a foot above the eye line. However, the higher the mirror, the better. You will have more viewing angles, and the space will appear larger. You should aim to get at least 4 to 7 feet above ground.

Single vs. Multiple vs. single

If your vanity is large, and especially if you have multiple sinks, there are two options: use multiple mirrors, or just one mirror that is wide enough to fit both.

This step-by–step guide will help you choose the right bathroom vanity.

A combination of tall and slim mirrors can create a vertical effect in a space, emphasizing the height. This is particularly true for rooms with high ceilings. By reflecting more light onto the opposite walls, a large mirror can open up the room. Personal preference is the most important factor.

Multiple mirrors may still be useful even though there is only one bathroom.

In fact, placing a mirror on the sink can help make the composition more harmonious than using only one mirror.

How to choose the right sink


Also, smaller mirrors allow for more room for sconces. A vanity light can be located anywhere, but it looks best if it is placed to the sides.

Make sure to leave space for sconces. Choose a mirror that is between 60 and 70 percent of your vanity width. Divide this by the number if you have multiple mirrors.

How to Get Your Vanity Lights Right

Wall-to Wall Mirrors

If you want to use a different approach when sizing your mirror, then you can forget about the vanity and instead use the mirror as a filler to the entire wall. This mirror will often run above the toilet. This allows you to have a bigger mirror that can double the size of a bathroom.

In this instance, the mirror can be run literally from wall to wall (and often up to ceiling), or extended from one end the vanity to the other end of a nearby fixture.

However, in this case it should still cover most of the wall. This will prevent it from looking too small. It should align with the objects below.

The cost of a custom-sized, wall-to-wall mirror is higher than buying a prefab.

This is a great option for those with limited budgets, as it can be used behind or around smaller mirrors.

Depending on your needs and budget, it might make sense to buy a custom-fitted mirrored mirror.

Framed vs. Frameless

A few reasons why frameless mirrors make a great choice for bathrooms are: Frameless mirrors are more affordable than other options, and they can still be very stylish. Another reason they are popular is their modern appeal. Traditional bathrooms can often be made a bit larger to create a more spa-like atmosphere.

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