Mirrored Bathroom Vanities

Explore your options for mirrored bathroom vanities, and get ready to add a classic and elegant vanity to your bath space.

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Side view of a green and brown bathroom design, vanity, large mirror, glass sink bowl, shower, tub, and pale green walls, and towel holder.

By: Sean McEvoy

Mirrored bathroom vanities can add serious style to your bath space, and they provide an efficient area for all your daily grooming and preparation needs.

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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

Rock On

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

You'll find plenty of variety when searching for a mirrored bathroom vanity, including types that are available as separate sets—a detached mirror and vanity cabinet—and sets that come fully assembled, with an attached mirror. The type you choose will likely depend on how closely you want to follow the overall design of your bathroom, as well as whether or not hanging a large mirror from the wall—which may be required for a detached set—is in the cards. Alternatively, for a separate set, the mirror can be safely leaned against the wall or placed in a holder on the vanity cabinet surface.

In terms of styles, mirrored bathroom vanities run the gamut from traditional, historical styles like Colonial and Victorian, to sleeker designs in contemporary or modern styles. You'll likely choose which style is right for your bathroom based on whether you want to match the exact design or depart slightly, perhaps with a more eclectic or unique mirrored bathroom vanity.

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