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The days of yawn-inducing mirrors for the bathroom are over! With so many unique mirror options available, it is almost effortless to revitalize your bathroom vanity area without breaking the bank. This phenomenal concept in the photo above, by California-based interior designer Faith Blakeney, relies primarily on flea market hand mirrors and velcro, and can be shuffled around as often as your mood changes. With such a small investment making a dramatic impact, you won't feel guilty splurging on a couple of modern wall sconces and hanging mirrors to complete the look.
Rather than fill your blank wall space with canvas or art prints, (which can mold and warp from the humidity) why not opt for an eclectic collection of romantic mirrors that double as artwork! Can you imagine seeing the reflection of that breathtaking chandelier in all those mirrors?
Mirrors don't have to be limited to eye-level in the bathroom. Try accenting your bathroom furniture and fixtures with mirrored tiles for a chic and glamourous look.
Don't forget about your kid's bathroom... look at the way this oversized vintage mirror brings this otherwise snoring bathroom to life. I don't know about you, but I can't wait to incorporate that bursting peach hue into my decor!
For the truly daring, go ahead and nix the mirror altogether. Opt for an inspirational message board instead! Not ready to ditch your reflection just yet? A glass writing pen lets you leave yourself a love note any day of the week without the committment.
You might think that it takes a major, gut-wrenching home renovation to create a dream bathroom with an oversized window like the photo above, but guess again! A large, oversized window-style mirror can give you the look you desire - without breaking through your walls (and wallet!)
These are some of my favorite mirrors from Lamps Plus. Which are your faves?
Left: Greenbriar Hardwood 35" Round Wall Mirror, Right: Ivory and Gold Mosaic 32" Round Wall Mirror
Left: Uttermost Perching Birds Small 39 1/4" High Wall Mirror, Right: Howard Elliott Courtney 39" High Rectangular Hanging Mirror
Left: Uttermost Spring Branches 49" Round Wall Mirror, Right: Uttermost St. Stephan Distressed Wood 48" High Wall Mirror
Left: Uttermost Ablenay Hand Forged Frame 37" High Mirror, Right: Howard Elliott Orleans 47" High Arched Wall Mirror
Images: Design Sponge, After Dinner Design, The Lettered Cottage, 6th Street Design School, My Revelment, Mark Williams Design Associates
I really like what you have posted, I was educated for a while and made some idea of renovating my bathroom that I will feel relaxed. With this designs I think that my new favorite part of the house will be moved into the bathroom. dim lighting, and good color combination would also be a plus for the addition.
Always using mirrors. You can make your room larger and beautiful.