Decorating With Oval Bathroom Mirror
One of the most attractive, and functional accessories for any room, including the bathroom is the mirror. Oval bathroom mirrors can be purchased as part of a vanity, framed, or even frameless. Mirrors do not have to be expensive additions. Mirrors are not only inexpensive, but are the perfect way to create an the illusion of a small space being larger than it actually is. With a bit of imagination and know how, the home decorator can reflect a bit of their personality with the use of mirrors.
Many of us remember the days of the metal medicine cabinet with or without additional lights. Today, the various styles that are available, the medicine cabinet will be an attractive part of the bathroom decor, while remaining to serve as a functional piece. When homeowners remodel, they often turn to home improvement retailers to fill their needs. Retailers such as Pottery Barn, Pier 1 and others offer great ideas for home remodeling and decorating.
Pottery Barn offers an array of medicine chests that are recessed, functional and attractive. The Oval Lattice Medicine cabinet is moisture resistant with a contemporary look while giving the appearance of being a decorative mirror. When you open the mirror, there are three glass shelves which are fixed, along with two glass adjustable shelves.
Lighting is often an issue in bathrooms, especially for ladies when applying cosmetics as well as for men when they shave. Oval bathroom mirrors, in tight space, allow for additional lighting which can be obtained with sconces serving as lighting over the vanity.
Most of us struggle with wall mirrors, especially when we want to see how are oufit looks before going out. Often bedrooms are too small for freestanding mirrors. A oval mirror which can hang over the bathroom door is ideal for checking our appearance.
With a little bit of research, it is easy to find decorating tips and how to use oval bathroom mirrors properly. Frameless, oval bathroom mirrors may not sound appealing, yet with some craft skills, you can actually create your own frame with tiles, stone or etching. For those who like the rustic or Mediterranean look, antique shops may be a great place to find wrought iron frames which can be used for the bathroom mirror.
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