A bathroom mirror should be one of the focal points of any bathroom, so you should take the time to pick out one that works best for your home's decor. These Bathroom accessories can also be incredibly elaborate, with effects that create the illusion of more space in a room and lighting that can change your decor in surprising ways. Mirrors don't always get the attention they deserve as design elements, but they can add personality to even the most sparse bathroom design. Like any other part of your decor, you need to make sure you choose the right one for your bathroom wall.

As you can see, choosing the right bathroom mirror can take a lot of work. Fortunately, Bathrooms 365 can help you make the right decision. Not only do we have over 60 different options available, but our friendly staff will help you decide which bathroom mirrors will be best for your home. For more information about our selection of products as well as the many other accessories and bathroom furniture we have in stock, contact Bathrooms 365 today.

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As a rule, the size of your bathroom's mirror will depend on the size of your vanity countertop. A common mistake that people make when they shop for rectangular versions is to choose one that is the exact width of their vanity. This creates a box-like look that cheapens your bathroom's design and decor. Try to find a rectangular model that is between two and four inches narrower than your vanity countertop for best results.

The next thing to consider should be its height. The fixture should be no taller than the vanity it hangs above, and it should hang on your wall at just above the eye level of the tallest person in your home. You should also take into account the height of your bathroom's ceiling; a mirror that is flush to a vanity countertop and leaves several feet of wall between it and the ceiling looks strange, but one that is too close to the ceiling will make your bathroom looked cramped. This mostly applies to rectangular mirrors, but it also goes for oval-shaped or circular models.

Types of Bathroom Mirrors

Once you know how big your bathroom mirror should be, it's time to consider the type you want. You can go with a basic framed one if you care more about function rather than form, but even with these, you need a frame that fits with your decor. You can also opt for a frameless option if you want it to have a modern "floating" effect as it hangs on your bathroom wall.

Of course, there are also plenty of other bathroom mirror styles available at Bathrooms 365 if you want something fancier and more elaborate. Here are some of the styles you should consider if you want your mirror to transform your bathroom.

LED Mirrors

As their name suggests, LED mirrors use LED lights to add a soft glow to a bathroom mirror. These lights can serve a practical function by making it easier to see your reflection for your morning hair and makeup routine, but the lighting they provide is usually softer than what you might get from a light bulb in a light fixture. These are ideal if you want to give your bathroom a soft yet modern look.

Infinity Mirrors

Infinity mirrors are mainly used for decoration, but they can be used to make a small bathroom look a little bigger. An infinity model uses a fully-reflective and a one-way mirror to create a series of reflections that appear to stretch across an infinite distance. They often contain LED lights so that the effect is more visible. They can still work just fine as bathroom mirrors, but are usually more decorative than functional.

Magnifying Mirrors

These are generally more about function over form, but they are perfect for finer tasks such as makeup application, shaving or putting on contact lenses. As functional as they are, there are still plenty of magnifying mirrors that look stylish enough for modern bathrooms, so don't think you're making a boring choice by buying one. These are especially helpful if you don't want to hang one directly on your bathroom wall.

Demister Mirrors

If you have a problem with steam in your bathroom, consider a demister mirror. These use heated anti-mist glass that prevents steam from building up and obscuring your mirror. With a demister mirror, you won't have to wait as long for the mist on the mirror surface to go away after taking a hot shower. Simply activate the demister and wait just a few seconds.

Backlit Mirrors

If you want to improve the visibility of your mirror while giving your bathroom some softer lighting, backlit mirrors are the way to go. They are similar to LED mirrors in that they have their own lighting, but have a slightly softer glow and less conspicuous lights since they are placed behind the mirror.