The Process Of Buying Bathroom Mirrors Frames
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It doesn't matter if you are remodeling your bathroom or simply picking out fixtures for a new build; shopping for bathroom mirrors can be a bigger task than you think. That one simple mirror can make or break the entire look of your bathroom. You use it not only to see yourself in but it can also be used to reflect light and tie together the décor of the bathroom.
Determine the size of the space you want to fill with a mirror. Going with a larger mirror can really open up your bathroom if you’re short on space. Reflecting that space in the mirror makes the room appear larger.
Also make sure you keep an even border around the mirror so it’s not too close to the ceiling or too close to the wall.
While bathroom mirrors can be a big focal point of a room you don’t want to spend and arm and a leg on a mirror. Determine what your budget is before you go shopping. This way you can stick to a plan and not fall in love with a mirror that really is just too expensive. Expect to pay around $50 for a basic, decent-sized mirror but it can go upwards from there depending on the style. Go with just a mirror for now, and add a Mirror Frame from Design The Space next year, when your budget frees up!
Don’t forget bathroom mirrors can come as part of a medicine cabinet or other form of storage, but not all mirrors include storage. If you are looking for more storage, buy a frame that has built-in side or a bottom shelf. Try to match the wood or material to the woodwork in the bathroom so it all ties together and looks proper. Contact DesignTheSpace for help selecting a mirror frame. We offer numerous frame profiles with and without shelves and a number of stain color choices.
Some bathroom mirrors come with frames on them and some don’t. The ones without frames are more affordable and you improve the looks a year or so down the road by purchasing a mirror frame from DesignTheSpace; a simple DIY project!