What we expected, timely delivery.Paul - 8/30/2014 Our first purchase with Hayneedle, but we'll be back. Quality merchandise, good price, prompt delivery. View Product
Love it!Pam - 8/22/2014 Unique and good quality. I love it! View Product
Love these mirrorsPatricia - 8/15/2014 I purchased 2 of these mirrors for my new bathroom to go over a double vanity. I am still under construction so haven't hung them but they are ... View Product
Beautiful mirror.Vanessa - 8/7/2014 Perfect for my powder room. View Product
Beautiful!Robert - 8/2/2014 We purchased this mirror for a bathroom we put in. It is perfect for the room and the design is exactly what I was looking for. We are very happy ... View Product
Perfect!!!Dana - 7/27/2014 The perfect fit and look for my powder room. 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.