Mirror style and design in the bathroom

The mirror performs a vital function in the bathroom, whether you use it when applying make-up or use it when shaving, the bathroom would not be complete without a suitable mirror.

Many people actually choose to have more than one mirror in the bathroom, one for storage purposes, and one so they can get a close up when checking their face for blemishes. Some people also choose to have a large mirror positioned above the bath or on the longest wall to give the feeling of more space.

Mirror cabinets

If you are looking for storage as well as style, a bathroom mirror cabinet might be a good idea. Your bathroom products can be kept out of sight in the cabinet, which also serves as a mirror and attractive feature too.

Some additional features of bathroom mirror cabinets include demisters, LED lighting, internal shaver sockets and mirror overlighting – the choice of options is amazing.

Whether you choose a simple stainless steel mirror cabinet with a simple mirror door or a soft-close double door mirror cabinet with integral LED lighting, you’ll be delighted with the results.

When mounted over your washbasin or on a currently unused wall, a mirror cabinet can give you everything you want from a mirror in the bathroom and so much more.

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About Jo Betts

Having studied advertising and marketing at university, my first experience of the interior design world was working as marketing manager for a furniture and interiors showroom in the New York Design Centre. On my return to the UK, I spent a few years broadening my horizons clocking up 9 years worth of marketing experience working for specialist agencies, for private and public sector companies and even a governing body of sport! But now I have gone full circle and returned to where my heart lies - Interiors,

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