When it comes to custom-cut mirrors, the options for how you choose to style them are endless. If you’re working with an interior designer based on a particular mood board, they will likely already have an idea of what style will fit the look you’re going for best. However, if you are taking on a home remodel, or just want to change up the look of your bathroom with smaller, simple measures, you may have some trouble deciding. Here are a few of our favorite ways to complete a custom-cut mirror:
Floating mirrors are a classic design element in modern bathrooms. They are still frameless, but are extended away from the wall, adding more style and depth to the room. You can add lighting behind a floating mirror to avoid harsh over-the-mirror wall lamps and create a more natural look that is better for getting ready in the morning, or a relaxing evening routine.
Framed mirrors are a classic choice for any home – it’s the frame that creates the style! A frame also allows you to play with different shapes while still having a finished look – just look at the ever so popular round hanging mirrors that have appeared in the past few years.
If you have two sinks in your bathroom, a mirror covering the entire wall may only help reflect harsh lighting if there are no windows. Why not have two mirrors custom cut to fit right above each sink? Whether you choose a classic frameless mirror, a floating mirror or framed, two mirrors can make your bathroom feel more like a home than a hotel.
Atkinson’s Mirror & Glass carries a large selection of framed mirrors in our showroom, and our stock changes monthly. Give us a call to find out what options are available!