There are two rooms in any house where a mirror is easy to find. Yeah, you are correct. They are the bedroom and bathroom. But, comparing the two with each other, needless to say, the bathroom in a house is somewhat more identical to a mirror rather than the other one. Mirrors for bathrooms are, indeed, a kind of primary needs that cannot be just neglected whenever homeowners want to have fully furnished bathroom interiors.
There are basically several types of mirrors that are suitable to bathroom interiors. It is truly interesting. And, you know, I believe it will be more interesting if you know that there are a couple of different criteria that distinguish each mirror type.
In accordance with the framing, there are three different types of mirrors for bathrooms, i.e. framed, frameless, and custom mirrors.
Framed mirrors, which are quite recognizable because of the name, are what you can see in the market as the most selling type of bathroom mirrors. These mirrors are sold at stores complete unities that are comprised of mirrors and the frames.
Meanwhile, frameless mirrors are somewhat less popular, though are still quite easy to find in the market. Choosing to buy this type, you will get some piece of mirror unprotected by any frame. So, if you want to attach it to the wall of the bathroom of yours, you need some glue to do so. This is, indeed, quite more complicated to do and thus it is not surprising if most people always choose the first type of mirrors for bathrooms.
In this modern era, we also need to take into account the third type of bathroom mirrors, custom mirrors. In this respect, what you need to do is to buy some mirror that is unframed before separately buying or designing your own custom frame. This frame that you have prepared is what later will be combined with the mirror to create a custom framed mirror. The worst thing about the latter is that it is somewhat more time-wasting and also costlier.
Size is another aspect to consider when choosing mirrors for bathrooms in the market. How large a mirror should be or how high it has to be so that it can be suitable to the characteristics of the interior of the bathroom. Very often the items to consider are the distance of the mirror to the vanity as well as to the ceiling.
In sum, whenever you are planning to buy some mirror for your bathroom, pay attention to the type and see if some particular type will match with your bathroom’s characteristics.
Sometimes less is more. Let your backsplash or mosaic tile floors do the talking with a mirror that's all glass and no trim. Choose a circular shape to round out your vanity, or a square to make the space seem even more sleek and modern.
Add history and character to a new-build bathroom using little more than an antique mirror. In this space, the dark floral wallpaper, tall sconces and glossy vanity are all relatively modern, but quickly feel as though they're from another era when finished off with the thrifted gold mirror. In turn, the powder room goes from "fresh" to "Gothic romance."
When your bathroom is short on space, a multi-purpose mirror is pretty much essential. Skip the obtrusive medicine cabinet and snag something sleek with a built-in shelf. In this space, the owners can use their mirror to hold candles and plants or even hand soap and hygiene products, in lieu of a traditional vanity.
Keep all eyes on your colorful wallpaper or tile backsplash with a tapered mirror like this. Because the piece is so top-heavy, it pulls the eye up and puts the attention on the kaleidoscope of book covers behind it. Two thin brass sconces do their part, too, by being raised slightly higher than eye-level.
Let your little ones see themselves clearly with a bathroom mirror that's actually at their eye level. An oversized solution like this is perfect for a kids' bathroom because it hangs lower to the floor and catches all the light, making the tight quarters seem miraculously larger and brighter.