Bathroom vanity mirrors – Small bathrooms, of necessity, have usually small vanity. Still, just because your vanity lacks in size not mean it is lacking style. There are lots of simple things you can do to dress it up and give it maximum effect, although there is a minimum of space.
Instead of spreading out all your bath items over the counter contain them in one room. Group them on a beautiful tray and put the tray neatly in a corner of the small bathroom vanity mirrors. This will create instant visual impact while saving space. Select items of varying heights, shapes and textures for added interest, such as a tall glass cylinder filled with decorative soaps, natural sponge and a rolled towel guest.
Bathroom vanity mirrors make small spaces feel larger, according to Apartment Therapy. Place a mirror above the vanity. Use a large, frameless mirror that reaches down to vanity and up to light (or almost to the ceiling, the fixture is wall-mounted) for maximum effect. In addition, one side of the vanity if’re up against a wall, place a mirror in the room as well. This will surround vanity with reflected light and make it look larger and more decorative.