The mirror is often at the bottom of the planning list when you’re updating your bathroom, or even starting from scratch, while the bigger fittings like baths and vanities take priority. However, given the amount of time you are likely to spend in front of the mirror every day, it’s worth devoting more thought to the style you choose to ensure you get it spot on.
But before you hit the shops, consider what the mirror’s main purpose will be. Will it be purely decorative, or will it need to incorporate storage behind it and task lighting for personal grooming? Also, the number of family members using the mirror at one time will determine its size and shape, as well as the best location for it. So take into consideration all these factors and check out this guide to help you make the perfect choice for your space.