Go bold with color. Designer Steve McKenzie placed a circular mirror with a bright turquoise frame over an existing mirror in this bathroom as part of a Dwell with Dignity home update for families dealing with homelessness and poverty. This is a great way to draw the colors of a master bedroom into the bathroom, and can easily be installed in a rental.
The white countertops of this bathroom's double vanity both add dimension, via their speckled texture, and are a softening compliment to the crisp white cabinets and drawers. The mirrors further help to visually open up the space.
Traditional Double-vanity Bathroom with Irregular Mirrors
Choosing irregular bathroom mirrors can reflect your design style and add a lot of visual interest. “Pick something that’s not just square,” says Atlanta designer Nancy Keenan. Keenan says these mirrors were especially handy because the outlet would have been blocked if she’d used a rectangular one.
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!
Transitional Double Vanity Bathroom With Round Mirrors
Two round mirrors provide a visual break from the otherwise sleek, clean lines in this elegant bathroom. The black vanity countertop offers a splash of contrast in the light space, which predominantly features neutrals and whites.
A custom vanity in rich Jacobean-stained alder with a marine varnish sets off fresh white sinks and vintage-inspired fixtures in this traditional bathroom. The focal point of the space is the collage of mirrors, which breaks up the large wall above the vanity in a new and exciting way.
Double Mirrors Make Master Bathroom Vanity Feel Larger
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.