Want to instantly breath new life into your small bathroom space AND make it look bigger without doing a costly remodel? Add stunning mirrors to spice up your bathroom decor! The smaller your bathroom, the more there is to gain by adding this trendy accessory. Here are two small bathrooms that highlight stylish mirrors featured on Design Happens and Uni-Wall.
On their own, mirrors look elegant and make a bold statement. They also trick the brain into thinking a room is more spacious than it really is. They also brighten spaces by reflecting available light, which is a crucial detail for small, windowless bathrooms. Long mirrors draw your eye through the space, which can make your bathroom appear larger like this blue bathroom from Scandinavian Deko. Round mirrors, like this bathroom featured on Shelterness, give bathrooms a focal point.
Mirrors with bold and elegant frames are a great way to update a bathroom without committing to a costly renovation. Instead of focusing on one large mirror above the vanity, try experimenting with smaller mirrors in unexpected places to reflect more light in your small space, like this small bathroom from Finding Home. Collages of eclectic mirrors are also gaining popularity in small spaces, which parallels the "art gallery wall" trend we're currently seeing in bathroom decor. This eclectic bathroom featured on Covet Gardens really embodies the collage trend!Like any bathroom decor, you have plenty of options when it comes to mirrors. They range from ultra modern to old world luxurious and extremely expensive to do-it-yourself! Below are three great bathrooms that show just how varied this trend can be: a kid-friendly bathroom with a fun neon mirror featured on KidSpace Stuff; a shabby-chic mirror featured on The Picket Fence Project; and this tall, unframed mirror featured on Apartment Therapy.
There are also lots of great DIY articles on blogs and Pinterest for how to update your boring bathroom mirror. We especially love this article on how to frame your existing mirror from HGTV.
What do you think of bringing beautiful mirrors out of the foyer and into the small bathroom? What mirror style would work best in your small bathroom?