Bathroom Vanity Mirrors

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Transitional Gray And Black Double Vanity Bathroom

Transitional Gray And Black Double Vanity Bathroom

Brushed nickel sconces with shades give this bathroom a classic, traditional look, while the rectangular vessel sinks add a contemporary element. The mirror above the vanity elongates the space, making the room feel bigger than it is.

By: Sean McEvoy

Bathroom vanity mirrors can be a striking focal point in your bath space. In addition, they give you a great opportunity to express your design personality.

In general, bathroom vanity mirrors will reflect the overall design of the bathroom and vanity they're paired with. However, slight or even radical style departures aren't uncommon when it comes to bathroom vanity mirrors, since the variety of styles, shapes and sizes of mirrors is so large.

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Mod Mirrors

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.

Multi-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.

Traditional Elegance

Designer Robin LaMonte's well-chosen bronze mirrors complement the neutral tones of this traditional bathroom.

From: Robin LaMonte

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.

Opulent Ovals

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.

Rustic Retreat

A shabby-chic bathroom is turned into a glamorous retreat with the addition of a large vanity with overhead lights.

Rock On

When your wall surface is exposed brick, you only need simple mirrors. These unframed, stand-alones do the trick.

There are a few common styles to keep in mind as you browse bathroom vanity mirrors. Depending on your bathroom design plans, you may want to invest in a style that's consistent with the overall design; alternatively, you may want to implement a more adventurous, eclectic design, with a mirror that stands apart from the overall style of the bath space.

Romantic or "old world" bathroom vanity mirrors are quite common. These feature ornate, often gilded frames, which may incorporate carvings of nature scenes or flora and fauna.

Contemporary bathroom vanity mirrors tend to be simpler, more understated affairs, with sleek, angular frames.

Finally, modern bathroom vanity mirrors also feature a minimalist, angular design, reflecting the simple, efficient style of the post-war European mid-century design movement.

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