Bathroom mirrors are an essential part of the design of any home.
Whether you are remodeling your entire bathroom, or just want another mirror to help you get ready in the morning, finding the right bathroom mirror is something that simple cannot be ignored.
But you probably aren't aware of just how many different styles of bathroom mirrors are available, which is why we've put this page together as a guide to help you look through the available bathroom mirrors for sale and find the one that best fits your needs.
Types Of Bathroom Mirrors
Here's a brief overview of some of the popular varieties.
1.Contemporary Bathroom Mirrors/Modern Bathroom Mirrors
Styles always change over the years, and depending on what sort of design you're going for, contemporary bathroom mirrors could be what you are looking for. These more modern bathroom mirrors have a sleek and often even a futuristic look to them and can really make your bathroom stand out.
Modern bathroom mirrors often have no frame, or the border has some sort of sleek metal finish to it.
2.Illuminated Bathroom Mirror With Lights
Lights can be incorporated into bathroom mirrors to enhance both the aesthetic appeal and the ease of use.
If you only have an overhead light in your bathroom, you’ll find that when you lean in close to the mirror your head blocks a lot of the light and makes it difficult to see your face in detail. Illuminated bathroom mirrors solve this problem with an addition source of light coming from somewhere on the mirror itself, usually above or on the border or frame.
3.Decorative Bathroom Mirrors
As I have said previously, some mirrors are used more for decoration than for function.
Many types of decorative bathroom mirrors have very fancy and ornate frames, or have an usual shape. They may even be placed in such a position that they aren’t even meant to be used, but are purely a design element in the room.
4.Framed Bathroom Mirrors
While some bathroom mirrors designed mostly for utility have a small frame or none at all, others draw a lot of style from the type of frame that is around the outside.
Framed bathroom mirrors come in different shapes and sizes, with frames made out of various types of wood, metal, and plastics.
5.Heated Bathroom Mirrors
If you want to get a little more fancy (and more expensive!) you could consider looking into heated bathroom mirrors as an option.
But why? What's the point?
It doesn't fog up!
By keeping your mirror heated, you will prevent most of the fog that happens during your shower. This means that you can step right out of a hot shower and use your mirror without having to wipe it down first.