Choosing The Right Bathroom Vanity Mirrors
Vanity mirrors are available framed or unframed, attached or unattached and in single-mirror or multiple-mirrored styles. While many vanity mirrors have straight edges, there are also many other shapes available. Choosing the right mirror to go with the layout of a bathroom, the vanity in the room, and with the style is important if for those who want to have a cohesive look throughout. The first thing to do is look at the size of the vanity. A very small or tiny vanity would look silly with a large overpowering mirror above it, and the bathroom would look strange if there was a tiny mirror over a large vanity. For larger vanities finding a mirror that is a few inches shorter that can be centered above the vanity is a good choice. Double mirrors is another popular option. For small vanities chose one that is equal size or a just a bit smaller, and more rectangular than square or ovular to make the room seem taller and more spacious than it is.
A very simplistic bathroom and vanity can be paired well with a simple piece. One that has a solid border around it. More decorative and theme inspired bathrooms can have style mirrors, like rustic, contemporary or modern. Using round or ovular choices with square vanities can make a great contrast, but its important that the mirrors are sized appropriately. For a small pedestal sink or hanging vanity, a simple ovular one often looks stylish and appropriate. Hang the mirror at eye level, so people who are short aren’t looking up into it. The piece should also be high enough that there is a space between it and the vanity, and so it doesn’t get splashed often with water.