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Mirror, Mirror On The Wall (Bathroom Mirrors)

I have noticed so many bathrooms equipped unfortunately with default stock wall-mounted mirrors. You know the type – rectangle, frame-less, and utterly devoid of any personality and life. Where is the fun in that?! I love the unique details of a well-thought-out mirror and the resulting delightful effect on the space overall. Check out these options:

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This clean-cut space doesn’t want (or need!) a lot of frills, which is why these tiltable, modern mirrors are a perfect fit. Simply framed in a stainless steel, the his-and-hers mirrors add dimension to a white (or otherwise monochromatic) bathroom. The mirrors don’t draw a lot of attention to themselves; rather, they reflect a ton of light and whiteness and thus highlight other pops of color in the space.

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This detailed cut-out frame in happy yellow adds color in a bathroom full of natural and neutral elements. The dark wood vanity and appearance of grey stone countertop make a somber statement, which is why this mirror stuffed with life and personality is a delightful exclamation point. (Did you notice how the knob handles match the yellow as well? Lovely.)

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Bathrooms by their very nature typically involve a variety of shapes, what with the sink, tub, shower, toilet, and vanity. That’s why a large chunky circle mirror like this one might be a fantastic option – it ties in with the geometry and color scheme of the room (not to mention sophisticated style) while adding a nice contrast to the lines of the vanity and reflected shower. I like how a circular mirror breaks up the tall backsplash here as well. A fabulous statement piece, this.

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We see another circular mirror in this bathroom space, but it gives a totally different vibe (necessarily so!). Set atop a large, unframed square mirror, a metallic and textural circle frame visually delineates what is “the” mirror space here. Outside the circle, the mirror reflects light and shine, a beautiful touch with the vapor chair and that beautiful freestanding tub. (Oh, that tub!) I like how the mirror here is almost like a second window, what with the amount of lightness reflected.

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Here is a completely non-traditional bathroom mirror set-up. What’s not to love about this? It is whimsically rustic and masculine. The handheld mirror vignette can almost pass itself off as original wall art. The simplistic, bare-bones vibe coincides nicely with the other bathroom fixtures here. This is a charming bathroom mirror space.

Picture sources: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

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Posted in How To, Tips, and Advice on December 12, 2012

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Stefan
Stefan is the owner of Homedit.com – he started the site back in November 2008, from his passion for interior design and decorations and since then the site went from being a simple blog to one of the most popular home design websites on the web right now.

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