Expand your mirrors. In this bathroom, Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta surrounded an existing recessed medicine cabinet with sheet mirror on the top and both sides, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design. This glamorous extra is easier and more affordable than it looks and makes the room appear much larger.
To help open up this master bathroom visually, the designer used mirrors in the custom vanity. White grasscloth wall covering: Seabrook; Sconce lighting, mirror and bench: Currey and Company; Accessories: Pigeon and Poodle
This master bathroom from the HGTV Green Home 2010 features white paneled walls adorned with elegant black mirrors for contrast. Custom-built cabinetry is topped with a natural quartz countertop. The vanity's sculptural vessel sinks and wall-mounted faucets add contemporary flair to the otherwise traditional space.
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.
This turquoise mirror frame is a cheery thing to see first thing in the morning, waking up the bathroom's neutral palette. Navy blue accessories and cabinet pulls are a fun pairing with the bright color.
A layered mirror design creates a beautiful effect in this transitional bathroom. The light color palette keeps the room bright and inviting, and light fixtures are mounted to the mirror to keep the space illuminated. Stone countertops and a glass-enclosed shower complete the sophisticated design.
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.