How to Select a Bathroom Mirror Style
Mirror, mirror on the wall who is the fairest of them all? In the name of style and reflection, not all here are created equal. The choices and objectives with bathroom design are numerous, and often times the mirror does not receive as much attention as it gets after installation.
Applying makeup and shaving are a couple of the most important activities in the bathroom, often done without proper lighting or consideration of magnification. Serious contemplation must be given to each person’s need. Style alone cannot win.
Mirrors can be stylish, interesting, and yes even fog-free. Take a look at some of these mirrors and decide for yourself which is the fairest of them all.
This is the Aluminum Series Mirror by Sonia. It completely eliminates the need to have a nearby tabletop or wall mount magnifying mirror. They have a magnet placed on a pendulum behind the plate glass mirror, which attracts a magnet that is concealed into the mini magnifying mirror. This allows the user to slide the small mirror anywhere on the large mirror. Bonus, when not in use, it can be pulled off the surface and stored away. Genius.
If you are anything like me, it is a challenge to keep countertops clean on a daily basis. This mirror by Hastings allows me to relax with its elegant design.
Now Robern by Kohler is a line of mirrors and medicine cabinets with quality, attention to detail with numerous design options. There is a style to meet the needs of any individual. Most cabinet models can be recessed or surfaced mounted, in addition, be paired up with the perfect lighting at the sides which illuminates your entire face.
Does anyone else remember the day of the popular tri-view mirror? If you miss being able to see the backside of your hair without a handheld mirror, here is Robern’s PL series. The mirror has only one split, offering a cleaner look, and is only 15″ wide.