We at Service Bath & Glass believe that the perfect bathroom mirrors should be functional, affordable, and stylish. In fact, we have a wide variety of vanity mirrors for all your residential and commercial needs. The problem will then be to find the right one that will meet your needs and your bathroom’s theme.
Here are quick and easy design tips for bathroom mirrors to help get you started.
Tip #1: Double or triple your vanity mirror.
Having multiple rectangular or square mirrors is one of the most popular designs nowadays. Two mirrors above a sink bring a sense of balance or symmetry. This style is usually recommended for the master’s bedroom or commercial bathrooms.
Tip #2: Use one large mirror.
One large, beautiful mirror that can cover the space above the sink or a portion of the bathroom wall is guaranteed to bring in more light. It also unifies the theme by drawing in more focus. If you are undecided in what kind of mirror to get, it is hard to go wrong with this.
Tip #3: Know how to use the length and width of the mirror wisely.
Don’t forget to consider the function of the vanity mirror. A tall, skinny mirror is great for having one last look of your attire before leaving the room. Add more lengthy mirrors and the height of your bathroom can look taller than it actually is. A wide mirror, on the other hand, creates the illusion of a bigger room and removes shadows.
Tip #4: Consider round mirrors.
Round mirrors are often used to complement pedestal sinks. They are also great if you don’t want to waste the bathroom’s good paint job, tile, or wallpaper.
Tip #5: Do you need to go crazy with unique mirrors?
Feeling a bit artistic and creative on your vanity mirrors? We have a wide variety of shapes, colors and finishes available at your disposal. We can also help you customize a design you want to achieve, whether unique, vintage, or contemporary.
Tip #6: Don’t underestimate the power of a medicine cabinet.
Storage cabinets may seem out of date, but they are still a great storage option and added security in keeping your medicine away from kids. We recommend little or no frame medicine cabinets, a mirror in front, and possibly some under-cabinet lighting.
Visit our blog again for more tips on utilizing bathroom mirrors for your home or business. You can also contact us at Service Bath & Glass so our representatives can guide you throughout the selection and design process. Thank you and have a nice day!