A bold and gorgeous mirror can be the focal point of a room. Designer Andreas Charalambous of FORMA Design uses this extra-large mirror to "reflect the light from the balcony below and to serve as a last-minute check point as the owners head out to work," he says. "The mirror itself becomes the artwork in this minimal set up." Even a large wall mirror can bring simplicity to a space if used correctly.
An irregularly-shaped mirror and a one-of-kind vanity animate this eclectic bathroom. Original artwork and a tiled backsplash add color to the white walls, while a stainless steel sink adds a subtle gleam to the mix.
A pair of plush upholstered chairs sit across from each other, creating a cozy conversation spot by this fireplace. Two gold framed mirrors, one large and one small, add visual interest and depth to the space.
This bath's vanity is the picture of elegance. A crema marfil marble counter and vessel sink are displayed on a simple but beautiful custom made iron base. A fresh orchid adds a pop of year-round color in this otherwise neutral space. The ornate sconces are mounted atop silk wallcoverings and bookend a rattan-framed mirror.
This master bathroom features all-over neutral tones, giving it a light and airy feel. The vanity boasts ivory slatted front cabinets paired with a sand-like countertop, while a wall-to-wall wood framed mirror gives the space a larger appearance. Matching brushed bronze sconces flank the mirror.
The best use of light and angles is implemented in this neutral attic bathroom by designer Robert Keijdan. A dark brown wood-framed mirror hangs over a freestanding antique white vanity, while a simple modern light fixture hangs above the mirror.
Update your standard bathroom mirror. Use molding to build a frame around your old mirror for a chic way to update your bathroom decor. Strips of tile are also a great option for mirror framing, especially if you can integrate it into a backsplash.