Mateo Wall MirrorRosemarie - 7/18/2014 This mirror is very beautiful and well made. It is exactly like it is pictured. It will be a lovely addition to our new bathrooms. View Product
Mirror & VaniityLynn - 7/14/2014 Love it. It goes so beautifully with the vanity and the rest of the new bathroom. We had to turn it sideways, however, and it did not have the ... View Product
BeautifulSue - 7/11/2014 This mirror is beautiful and great quality would highly reccomend View Product
looks greatShelley - 6/30/2014 Bought 2 to go over each sink. Sturdy packaging and fast delivery View Product
looks greatShelley - 6/30/2014 fast delivery and sturdy packaging View Product
Love this designRhoda - 6/27/2014 Love this classic yet modern design. Will be perfect in our remodeled bathroom. It arrived quickly and in one piece!!! View Product
Small Bathroom? Big Design Opportunities
In a small bathroom, a mirror isn’t just a focal point - it’s a design element that can shift the room’s entire perspective. Close spaces open up - and draw you in for a refreshing retreat - with the right mirror.
Try a large, frameless vanity mirror - or two side by side, if room allows - to give a small bathroom depth without the interruption of a bulky, closed-off frame. Or opt to hang a traditional full-length mirror lengthwise along a long, narrow wall to create an unbroken, reflective window. It’s an ideal orientation for a shared space, especially when softly highlighted by several lighting fixtures or sconces at eye-level on either side.
Make task mirrors a priority in small spaces, too. A shower is already taking up space; make it serve double duty by adding a wall-mount shower mirror for morning shaves. If you’ve got a full-length mirror in a dressing room or bedroom, try using just a few small mirrors in the bathroom - a wall-mounted magnifying makeup mirror and a framed round mirror, perhaps, for a look that’s space-saving, multitasking, and eclectic in one. Mirrors, after all, are all about visual appeal.