This busy wallpaper calls for nothing more than two simple mirrors positioned above the sinks.
It Takes Two
Matching mirrors aren't just for his-and-hers setups. In this bathroom, a vanity with a single sink is given two mirrors.
Between the paned mirrors and rustic vanity, this large bathroom has a lot going on. Several well-placed mirrors make the room seem even larger without distracting from the rest of the features.
Designer Robin LaMonte's well-chosen bronze mirrors complement the neutral tones of this traditional bathroom.
Long and Lean
Scale is an important element to consider when choosing a bathroom mirror. In this bathroom by Lori Dennis, a vertical mirror works together with the long shower curtain and painting to lengthen the feel of a small bath.
The Incredible Floating Mirror
Andreas Charalambous pulls off a bold move with these floating his-and-hers mirrors.
Large, oval mirrors soften the sharp edges of a catty-corner vanity in this bathroom designed by Lori Dennis.
Gilded and Gorgeous
A little bit of shimmer keeps this beachy bathroom fun.
A shabby-chic bathroom is turned into a glamorous retreat with the addition of a large vanity with overhead lights.
When your wall surface is exposed brick, you only need simple mirrors. These unframed, stand-alones do the trick.