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Bathroom wall mirrors for all styles Take a peek at our impressive range of bathroom wall mirrors that come in many different designs. Choose an elegant framed mirror, like our EKNE model, which has a shiny steel rim running around its circumference, and twisting metal curlicues at the top. Or for something a little more offbeat and unusual, there’s the FIGGJO, with playful bobbled satellites shooting off in all directions. If you prefer something more classic and understated, the HOVET is a large rectangular mirror that just gets the job done. Hang it vertically or horizontally with the attachments provided and step back to admire your handiwork. Bathroom wall mirrors for practical use Of course, it’s not just about decoration. Bathroom wall mirrors have a practical purpose, and every one in our collection is designed to be used in high humidity areas. If you want to lean in close to perfect your make-up, or need to focus on your specially-sculpted beard, we’ve got a mirror for all occasions. And many of our mirrors have shelves attached, providing some much needed storage space in the bathroom for everyday things like toothbrush holders and mugs.


BOTTOM ROW:6. Here is a simple, sparse, quite clinical bathroom from Mazen's Tailored Toronto Townhouse . I just love this subtle vintage mirror, which originally came from a hospital by way of Queen West Antiques7. Paige Blackburn's Cozy Maple Hill Home. Brockway service sink from Kohler and mirror by IKEA. This kids' bathroom is so cool. I love the sink, though I can't imagine how it stays remotely tidy given there is no countertop space. Not sure I could get my kids to return their toothbrushes, etc to the cups (although perhaps there is storage elsewhere?). Anyway, I like how they used a simple IKEA mirror so as to leave the focus on the cool sink.8. From Alison and Eric's Chic Eclectic Home. Here's an example of how you can play with multiple mirrors in a bathroom.9. Here is a perfectly situated mirror in a classic bathroom from House Beautiful.10. This mirror is a dramatic and unexpected contrast with the tiny modern sink. An example of how you can make a huge impact with a bathroom mirror, shifting the tone of the bathroom from a more typical "spa" look to a room with serious character. From Cifial via In Decorat.


IKEA Bathroom mirrorsA quick look at bathroom mirrors Tested to cope with high humidity areas, our bathroom mirrors aren’t just practical for seeing where you’re really putting your lip gloss. Mirror cabinets double as storage and larger mirrors will make your bathroom look brighter and bigger. Add a vanity mirror for close-ups and to make sure your hair is doing what you want at the back, too.LILLÅNGENMirror cabinet with 2 doors$69.99


IKEA Bathroom mirrorsA quick look at bathroom mirrors Tested to cope with high humidity areas, our bathroom mirrors aren’t just practical for seeing where you’re really putting your lip gloss. Mirror cabinets double as storage and larger mirrors will make your bathroom look brighter and bigger. Add a vanity mirror for close-ups and to make sure your hair is doing what you want at the back, too.


TOP ROW:1. I am unnaturally obsessed with this bathroom. I absolutely love the mirrors, which are not an obvious choice for the sleek wood vanity. An inspired combination from Elle Decor.2. A fantastic bathroom from Paige Blackburn's Cozy Maple Hill Home. A very simple pedestal sink is paired with a dramatic gold vintage mirror in an example of brilliant contrast.3. A lot of round mirrors I see look too small to be practical for a bathroom (I don't only want to see my face when grooming!). This one from Decorology is lovely!4. Mismatched vanity mirrors. Black & Spiro via Apartment Therapy. 5. Brenna's Farewell to Her Single Girl Home. This Anthropologie mirror, no longer available, does appear to break the guideline that the mirror not be wider than the sink. But given how tiny the sink is, and how large the wall space, I think the mirror works well. The mirror caps off a truly eclectic funky bathroom!


Bathroom wall mirrors for practical use Of course, it’s not just about decoration. Bathroom wall mirrors have a practical purpose, and every one in our collection is designed to be used in high humidity areas. If you want to lean in close to perfect your make-up, or need to focus on your specially-sculpted beard, we’ve got a mirror for all occasions. And many of our mirrors have shelves attached, providing some much needed storage space in the bathroom for everyday things like toothbrush holders and mugs.


Of course, it’s not just about decoration. Bathroom wall mirrors have a practical purpose, and every one in our collection is designed to be used in high humidity areas. If you want to lean in close to perfect your make-up, or need to focus on your specially-sculpted beard, we’ve got a mirror for all occasions. And many of our mirrors have shelves attached, providing some much needed storage space in the bathroom for everyday things like toothbrush holders and mugs.


Tested to cope with high humidity areas, our bathroom mirrors aren’t just practical for seeing where you’re really putting your lip gloss. Mirror cabinets double as storage and larger mirrors will make your bathroom look brighter and bigger. Add a vanity mirror for close-ups and to make sure your hair is doing what you want at the back, too.


Bathroom wall mirrors for all styles Take a peek at our impressive range of bathroom wall mirrors that come in many different designs. Choose an elegant framed mirror, like our EKNE model, which has a shiny steel rim running around its circumference, and twisting metal curlicues at the top. Or for something a little more offbeat and unusual, there’s the FIGGJO, with playful bobbled satellites shooting off in all directions. If you prefer something more classic and understated, the HOVET is a large rectangular mirror that just gets the job done. Hang it vertically or horizontally with the attachments provided and step back to admire your handiwork.


This bathroom storage hack comes from Glamour, so the buckets in question are actually some pretty pastel IKEA FINTORP utensil holders. Once you’ve acquired those, just knot an all-purpose clothesline on the sides so there’s about eight inches between each bucket.


As HouseBeautiful notes, a slender picture ledge from IKEA can hold more than framed photos. Add one right between your bathroom mirror and sink, and rest your favorite perfume or cologne, hand soap and lotion, scented candle, and hair products on top.


Take a peek at our impressive range of bathroom wall mirrors that come in many different designs. Choose an elegant framed mirror, like our EKNE model, which has a shiny steel rim running around its circumference, and twisting metal curlicues at the top. Or for something a little more offbeat and unusual, there’s the FIGGJO, with playful bobbled satellites shooting off in all directions. If you prefer something more classic and understated, the HOVET is a large rectangular mirror that just gets the job done. Hang it vertically or horizontally with the attachments provided and step back to admire your handiwork.


And it is easier (and usually cheaper) to change a mirror than to replace a toilet, wall tile or sink! Sometimes a bathroom mirror complements the bathroom by adding character and spark to a classic or clinical space. Other times the mirror itself plays second fiddle to a dramatic sink or wallpaper. Whatever the case, choosing a mirror can be a fun, high-impact and low-effort way to decorate your bathroom.


Fun fact: The space between wall studs is 16 inches, on average. You’re free to do whatever you please with those extra inches, but the best thing you could do is build a small recessed cabinet for bonus bathroom storage.


Double-knot the clothesline when you get to the last bucket and cut off the excess portion. Then, hang the finished bathroom storage solution from a simple hook on your wall or door, and toss in your hair straightener, hairspray, makeup brushes, hair brushes, and other beauty supplies.


They may be small, but corner shelves can go a long way in a cramped bathroom. For added flair, think about repurposing old shutters. (Pinterest has some pointers on that.)


Hanging a mirror is a lot like hanging art. You may not know the rules you are following but you know when it looks wrong, whether the mirror is too small, too high, too low or too wide. Still, there are some very general (and not strict) guidelines for choosing and hanging a mirror in the bathroom.


Generally, you want to take into account the size of the sink, the height of those who use the bathroom regularly, and the wall space above. The top of the glass should be a few inches above the eye level of the tallest user in the family. The mirror should be long enough vertically to allow everyone a decent reflection. Typically, the mirror should not be wider than the sink or vanity. How far above the sink the mirror hangs will also depend on how high the ceilings are. It would look odd, for example, if a small mirror were flush against the sink with a huge expanse of wall space above. Basically, the mirror shouldn't be conspicuously far above the sink nor, unless it is a very large mirror, too close to the sink.