Fabulous mirrors ideas for your bathroom can be divided into different groups: vanity mirrors, mirror cabinets and wall mirrors. But when it comes bathroom design ideas, you should not be too concerned if your bathroom mirror belongs to this or that group. After all, what really matters is if the mirror is functional and if it matches with your bathroom decor and more importantly if you like it. To help you find the perfect mirror for your bath, the Luxury Bathrooms‘ team presents a fantastic selection with 10 fabulous mirror ideas that will certainly inspire you today. Check out!
Sculptured gold tones of hammered and textured metal with a hint of hard edge surround perfectly cut convex mirror designs. Like the sun, the Guilt Mirror is unique piece wich combines perfectly with the Koi Washbasin by Maison Valentina.
The antique 19th-century Chinese mirror in this bathroom is just a perfect pair with the classic sink.
A huge and frameless mirror complements the crisp aesthetic of this modern luxury bathroom.
In this bathroom, a gold-framed wall mirror highlights the marble room. And the customized bathroom sink and bathtub fitting perfectly in this decor idea.
This large, rustic mirror hangs in a bathroom above a marvelous bathroom vanity made of concrete sheathed in Formica.
In this 17th-century farmhouse’s powder room, the circa-1730 giltwood mirror accents the stone sink and brass faucet.
The gorgeous wall mirror in this master bathroom is from the 1940s.
In this decor project, an arched white mirror adds to the soft appeal of the bathroom.
This fabulous mirror idea combined with a French sink in this master bathroom are both 19th-century.
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