Getting Stylish with Bathroom Mirrors (Part 2)
In the first part of this series, we talked more about styling techniques when it comes to using bathroom mirrors. Indeed, bathroom mirrors are more than just an item you can use for your reflection. They bring about a myriad of decorative properties. Today, let’s go deeper into size, function, and mounting or installation methods. Read on to learn more.
When Size Does Matter
Measure the vanity space before purchasing a mirror. This will help you choose frames and accents. Measure the distance between the vanity and the lighting portion to see if a space is required.
Here are some options you can choose from
● Framed Mirrors - A framed mirror is commonly useful for busy households. They are also less difficult to hang.
● Frameless Mirrors
Frameless mirrors are made entirely of mirror glass and can be customised and hung without a frame for a modern, floating effect.
Mirrors enhance the visual appeal of your house and bathroom without breaking the bank. At the same time, they serve more purposes. Here are some practical uses of a bathroom mirror:
● Better Indoor Lighting
The most effective cosmetic option is well-lit mirrors. We will have additional light to help us look our best before leaving, especially if the restroom is small and lacks natural light.
● Extra Space and Storage
Traditional and contemporary bathrooms both have vanity cabinets with mirrors for storage. Traditional bathrooms include big mirror boxes, whilst modern bathrooms feature recessed cabinets.
The beauty and excitement of home improvement projects mean we can access a limitless number of bathroom designs, fixtures, and colours to choose from. Beyond style, we must pay particular attention to mirrors because they can breathe life and sophistication into our most intimate and sacred spaces, such as the bathroom.
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