This tiny bathroom feels significantly larger thanks to the expanded viewpoint offered up by the wall-to-wall mirror. Mirroring an entire wall will amplify any space—hang one on a wall adjacent to a window and the reflection will open things up even more.
This charming home is set up in a refurbished blacksmith shop and incorporates many of the space's original details. Here, one of the window frames is repurposed as a bathroom mirror; the vanity was built from the shop's bench.
This soft, neutral bathroom features an oceanside feel with its wide wood plank ivory walls and seashell-like vintage sconces. A wood trimmed wall-to-wall mirror above the single sink vanity gives the illusion of a larger room, while the vanity's cream-hued cabinetry and sand-colored countertop keeps the space light and bright.
This transitional bathroom features a white vanity with white marble countertops and a full-wall mirror that makes the space feel even larger. A glass shower contributes to the spacious feel and clean look. A trio of light fixtures mounted to the mirror decorates and illuminates the space.
This modern white bathroom features a single vanity with white cabinets and a neutral stone countertop. A vanity light fixture is positioned above a large mirror, while yellow pops of color, like the area rug, add finishing touches.
A vision in white! This modern bathroom is streamlined, making it feel so clean and crisp. Large mirrors make the space feel even bigger, as do the high ceilings. A two-person vanity eliminates fighting for the sink in the morning!
In the master bathroom, designers wanted to lengthen the feel of the vanity, so instead of installing one large mirror, they opted for two smaller ones. That way, the homeowners will have the option of getting ready at the same time.
Salvage has become increasingly popular in regard to eco-friendly, custom-designed pieces. To add one-of-a-kind flair to a basic mirror, plywood was cut to size, then a corrugated metal remnant was cut as a frame using a grinder with a cut-off wheel attachment. To protect the raw edge of the corrugated metal, a whitewashed strip of trim was attached to the plywood. Lastly, the mirror was put in place, then secured to plywood using mirror mastic.
When they need to freshen up, guests can make use of this attached bath, which features a large mirror, floating vanity and soaking tub. Glass shelves decorate the wall to the right and keep extra towels and washcloths close by.
The backsplash in this bathroom is the star of the show. Its circular white tiles are presented uniquely with black grout -- the contrast is striking, and dark grout doesn't show dirt and stains as readily as light.