Bathroom Mirror Placement Advice

btheisJune 10, 2012

Hi Folks,

New bath vanity install necessitated that the faucet and sink be installed slightly left of center due to vanity/plumbing considerations. This is a good thing as it allows more counter top space for the occasional overnight guest. Wife thinks that the new mirror should be installed center to the backsplash. She feels its more room for overnight guests to do hair and make-up without feeling squished to the left. I feel it should be centered with the faucet and sink as most guests will be washing their hands and want to face the mirror head on rather than having to shift to the right.

Take a look at the photos and let us know your thoughts.

Thanks. From Garden Web From Garden Web

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