Mirrors in a bathroom or living area reflect light and can add light to dark areas. Larger mirrors add a perception of space.
- For darker and smaller areas use a large mirror to add light and perception of space.
- For a general size check try cutting some newspaper to size and hold against the wall
- For size symmetry, check vanity width, window framing or shower height for alignment.
- Vertical and horizontal mirrors both give a different effect
- For a full height mirror measure up from the basin 150mm -200mm & add sufficient height to accommodate all members of your household , normally about 900 – 1000mm is sufficient.
For double basins use two individual heated mirrors for a contemporary finish, however if you want to increase natural lighting and the perception of space one long larger mirror is our recommendation.
Choose a mirror from our extensive range to suit your personality, style and existing decor.
- A bevel edge adds a touch of elegance to any room.
- Glass or timber frames add colour and depth.
- Frosted edge mirrors give a bathroom a sleek modern finish.
- Shaped mirrors add character & balance, especially suited to a pedestal vanity and a bathroom with square lines.
- For the Villa or for the contemporary bathroom we have a range of modern glass on glass mirrors (sectional bevel range) and traditional mirrors in our Living Design and Furniture brochure.
Choosing the fixing type for your frameless mirror
- For flush wall fit > holes & domes, orbs or glue fix
- For a minimal finish > hidden fixings
- For use with demist pad > hidden fixings, holes & domes, orbs or clips (glue not recommended)
We recommend vertical side lights for the best light reflection and effect.