5 Design Tips For Your Bathroom Vanity Mirror

Posted by Arrow Glass on Dec 6, 2016 12:22:30 PM

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Double vanities are standard for master bathrooms, and can also be convenient to incorporate in other bathrooms when 2 or more people are sharing it. Mirrors can brighten any space and make a bathroo feel larger. It can be challenging to decide what type of mirrors to use and where to place them. Here are 5 ways to position your vanity mirror(s).

2 Rectangular Mirrors 

This is the most common choice for vanity mirror placement. It delineates each bathroom users space that they are responsible for. It also adds a symmetrical balance to the space. A long and skinny mirror will allow you to see yourself as you are getting ready for the day. Keep mirror size in mind if you want it to double as a medicine cabinet.

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2 Square Mirrors

Just like rectangular mirrors, square mirrors visually represent each person’s side. There isn’t a huge difference between rectangular and square mirrors, besides personal preference. Pick the style that matches your bathroom style.

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One Large Mirror

If you want to share your mirror space and create a unified look, then choose a large mirror to cover the width of your vanity space. One mirror will tie a room together since there is a single focus in the room. You can hang a large mirror up or get one that fills up your wall.

Round Vanity Mirrors

2 Round Mirrors

Again, 2 mirrors add symmetry to your bathroom. Rounded mirrors will soften up a bathroom giving it a calm atmosphere. They will break up any bathroom that has harsh lines.

Artistic Mirrors

Feel like getting out of the box? Think about incorporating a unique mirror to your vanity. It will add a functional, as well as artistic flare for your bathroom. It also allows you to customize your bathroom to reflect your own personality.

Topics: interior design, bathroom, vanity, mirror

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