Your mirror may be the last thing you think of during a bathroom remodel, but it can actually make a big difference. This guideline will help you choose the right new mirror—or rejuvenate the one you already have.
Whether you’re purchasing new or reusing an existing mirror, it’s important to ensure that it’s the right size, both for your vanity and your bathroom. Aiming for a mirror that’s 4-6 inches smaller than your vanity is a good rule of thumb.
Go Beyond Builder-Grade
Your home may have come with a builder-installed wall-to-wall bathroom mirror. While these are certainly attractive, you can easily customize its look without removing it from the wall when you choose a do-it-yourself frame kit from MirrorMate. With 65 styles to choose from, it’s easy to upgrade any bathroom.
Square isn’t the only mirror shape available. A round bathroom vanity mirror can create a softer look, while an oval shape can add some style and impact.
There are many ways to add style and drama to your bathroom with a mirror. Check out this infographic for inspiring ideas on how to choose a bathroom mirror shape and size.