There are many types of bathroom mirrors you can choose for a more refined look. Not only will your bathroom look more stylish, you will also be using the mirror for everyday use. Most bathrooms have simple mirrors, but if you opt for a design that is different from the classics, your bathroom is going to look better and more attractive.
Here is a look at the most popular types of mirrors for your bathroom.
Mirrors with Cabinets
A mirror which is actually part of a cabinet is one of the most popular types. Not only do you utilize the mirror, the cabinet also serves as an extra storage space. Though a cabinet mirror does take up space, by no means does it compromise on the designs. Mirrors with cabinets are available in many designs, styles, sizes and mounting options.
A ledge mirror comprises of a ledge attached to it towards the bottom side. This provides you with extra space for keeping your bathroom products of daily use. For some people, the ledge is quite handy and provides you with convenience because anything that you may need while shaving or prepping up, is just right across.
A framed mirror is another popular option that is just hung on the wall. Such mirrors are available in different frame styles, sizes and hues. The available designs range from quite simple to extremely classy.
As the name implies, this mirror is not bordered with any material, but is instead given a buffed edge. As such they appear to float, which makes them very preferable for bathrooms depicting modern designs.
A Venetian mirror is one on which beautiful designs are etched on the glass surface. If you want a romantic and classy edge to you bathroom, these are perfect.
If you want ample amounts of light while dressing up without adding more to the electricity bills, an LED mirror is a good choice. They are available in plenty of designs, and if you choose a product that is integrated with a battery, you will not need any additional wiring.
Heated Demister Mirrors
Generally, the surface of a bathroom mirror gets condensed after a shower, but not when you have a heated demister mirror. A thin pad is integrated behind the surface that prevents it from getting condensed, and you enjoy clear views no matter if you showered only seconds ago.
A pivot mirror offers more flexibility than other options because it can be titled up and down.
Now that you know the different types of mirrors for your bathroom that are available, you can easily make a decision and choose a suitable product. As an advice, consider the overall theme of your bathroom and choose a mirror that complements it further instead of marring it. All along, make sure that your budget does not suffer from any strains.
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