When designing a bathroom you want a light and bright space with modern bathroom products that will give your bathroom the face lift it deserves. These days many people are choosing to renovate their homes rather than purchase new ones, giving the bathroom a make over, knocking down a wall between the living room and kitchen are all ways to enhance your home, give it a modern feel and increase your price should you decide to sell at a later stage.
Now while remodelling your bathroom is an exciting time, you need to pay careful consideration to your bathroom mirror. This may sound like a small item to worry about, but your bathroom mirror is an important item from offering you a place to do make up and hair before work to helping make the space feel bigger and brightening up the bathroom.
Who would have though a bathroom mirror could play such an important role, but the reality is that your bathroom mirror is one of the most important items in your bathroom along with your toilet, basin and shower or bath.
Why Mirrors Are So Important
When it comes to your bathroom mirror it has three important functions. It needs to offer you a place to do your make up and hair each day, it needs to enhance the room and make it feel bigger and most of all, it needs to offer additional light because a light and bright room always feels much larger than a dark room.
Now if you have a bathroom like mine, you are going to find a bathroom mirror with lights an absolute blessing and I’ll tell you why. I have a small bathroom, along with most people living in the UK. The problem is that I don’t have a large bathroom window with an abundance of natural light, even though my bathroom is in a light colour it still feels small.
How did I fix the problem? Well first I chose a mirror that blended in well with my overall bathroom design. Luckily bathroom mirrors with lights come in a variety of shapes and sizes, so that was the easy part.
The bathroom mirror with lights was carefully placed to ensure that the little bit of light I did get from the window bounces off the mirror immediately brightening up the space and making it feel bigger. At night I pop on the mirror lights for an additional light source, to keep the space feeling comfortable and yet spacious.