Bathroom mirrors are an affixed element of bathroom decor, and for good reason. In addition to being essential for practical reasons, mirrors reflect light, natural and otherwise, and can lend your bathroom the coveted look of spaciousness. Here’s what’s trendy this year for mirrors.
Round & Oversized
According to this year’s trend forecast, angular mirrors are out and round mirrors are in. For a truly grandeur look, try an oversized oval mirror.
Perfect for the rustically-inclined bathroom are mirrors framed in stained wood. Match the frame to your cabinetry and compliment it with plenty of natural textures, such as bamboo or jute.
Contrary to the aforementioned wood frames mirror is the no-frame mirror, which best suits a bathroom with a minimalistic decorating scheme.
A vanity mirror is the perfect addition to any ensuite and will suit all of your primping needs for years to come. Take your vanity one step further by framing it with dressing-room-esq lights.
His & Hers
Or … make that a double? A his-and-hers vanity setup can ease morning traffic and make getting ready for work every day an “us time” affair.
Feeling inspired by Art Deco? Perhaps a gallery-style mirror display, like the one below, will tickle your fancy.
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