CHOOSING A BATHROOM MIRROR IN 4 EASY STEPS
Author: Kayla Bennici
Overlooking details such as a bathroom mirror can dramatically impact the style of your bathroom. With thousands of different styles, sizes, and colors it can be hard finding the perfect mirror for your space. Consider these steps and you will be one step closer to finding what you are looking for.
STEP 1: DETERMINE YOUR BUDGET
Whether you are remolding your bathroom or simply just need a new mirror, you should know exactly how much you want to spend. Mirrors tend to run anywhere from $50 to over $1,000. So, figure out a set price that you will not go over.
STEP 2: FRAMING
Take the time to figure out what kind a framing you want for you mirror. There are many options to choose from such as tile or wood, plain mirror look (no frame), or pre framed mirrors that come with a frame. Determining what type of framing you are looking, for will help you with the measurements. Leave about 2” to 4″ of space for the framing when measuring.
STEP 3: MEASUREMENTS
Measure the space available, keep measurement about 2” to 4” off the vanity and about 4” to 6” from the ceiling. Remember to always take framing into consideration when measuring a mirror.
STEP 4: USE YOUR SURROUNDINGS
Keep style, shape, and color similar to other bathroom décor and furniture in your bathroom. So if you are also looking for a bathroom vanity as well; you should strongly consider getting the bath vanity and mirror together.