How to Pick and Choose Your Ideal Bathroom Mirror

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A true staple of the modern day bathroom, mirrors have come a long way than your standard rectangular mirror (not that there’s anything wrong with that!). With different shapes, sizes and features, picking the right bathroom mirror can be a tough ask! In this article we tell you the three most important things to consider when you’re in the market for a new mirror – and some examples to go along with it!

How to choose the right bathroom mirror

When choosing which bathroom mirror to place in your washroom, there are three main things you need to look at: shape, design and functionality.


Modern mirrors come in a wide range of different shapes and sizes. This gives you a lot of options to choose from. The shape of your mirror is dependent on how much space you have.

Working with a small bathroom with a small vanity? A smaller rectangular mirror might work best for you.


For vanities with narrow sinks, a taller, oval-shaped mirror can make your bathroom look bigger than it really is. For wider vanities, two circular mirrors add a touch of luxury and glam and a single wide rectangular mirror can bring a sense of cohesion and togetherness to your bathroom.


When it comes to design, mirrors usually come in two different varieties: framed and frameless. The frames of framed mirrors are usually made out of wood which provide a more traditional, classic look to your bathroom. They can also be made out of plastic or chrome for a more refined, modern look. It’s important to note however that framed mirrors are usually a little more expensive.


Frameless mirrors are sleek, clean and popular for their luxurious and glamorous look. They can also make your bathroom seem bigger than it is because of its almost invisible design.


Mirrors are no longer just simple reflectors. These days, mirrors can come with a range of helpful features. Most mirrors provide extra storage space in the form of shaving and medicine cabinets which can be easily installed behind them.


For those who spend a lot of time doing their makeup or hair in front of the bathroom mirror, an LED mirror can prove to be very useful. These mirrors have LED light attached to their edges and provide extra lighting – both for practical and ambient purposes.

Bring the perfect bathroom mirror home

No matter how big or small your bathroom is, or how many people will be using it, you’ll be able to find the right bathroom mirror for you. Just remember these three core elements and you’ll have yourself a bathroom mirror that checks all the boxes for you and your family! Ready to buy your new mirror? Head on over to MyHomeware where you’ll find the largest range of high-quality and affordable mirrors!

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