Published at Thursday, January 10th 2019, 10:07:45 AM. Bathroom Vanity. By Karalee Nielsen.
People use quite a bit of time in the bathroom. Many wouldn't think that most of that time is used in front of the mirror, though it is. Whether you're brushing your teeth, fixing your hair, shaving, or putting on your makeup; you're constantly glued to the reflection of yourself. There are numerous brands of bathroom vanity mirrors on the market, so you `need` to make sure you have the right one.
When choosing your mirror, you should have a few questions answered ahead 'of' time. How will this mirror be used essentially? You're not going to need the same kind of mirror if you're trying to view your–entire outfit as well as pluck your eyebrows. Both tasks need slightly modified setups. Also, who is using this mirror? Where it's located in your bathroom will be important.
There are three general types of vanity mirrors. One is your basic fixed mirror, more often than not it appears in the form of a medicine cabinet. This is by no means the most stylish type but it's tried also true plus does the job, there's also the hanging wall mirror type. This comes in all sizes plus shapes, you can get a small mirror that hangs above your vanity sink or something much longer giving you the sense to examine your whole attire as exposed to just chest up. Last, there's the moving mirror it comes on its own stand also sits on your vanity. You can often get it lighted, making it one of the ’more’ sought bathroom vanity mirrors for use when it comes to facial care.
Think about the smaller details as well, such as trim, color, also material. Your mirror is going to be a part that ties your bathroom together. Are you going to have your bathroom work around the same color scheme or use of the same ‘material‘ such as wood or metal? You can—use the frame of the mirror as a way to get accent colors pop. Or just go with one that doesn't have a frame at all, this will make the mirror feel more lucid also open instead of ridged also defined.