Please Help with Mirror
We have a house we are building at the river and this "jack n jill bathroom has two separate sink areas sharing a toilet and tub. The theme in this area is somewhat "nautical"/rustic.
First off, I realize the "light" is a BIG problem. When I ordered the light, I thought it could be hung so the light could go up or down but our electrician had already installed them when I realized this is the only way it could go. Because these boards have been stained individually to give it a "driftwood" effect, we cannot do any changes (especially since this took a long time to find a light that could possibly work with the faucet finish...long story) Actually the walls look better than the picture shows.
That being said, does anyone have any ideas of what type of frame (i.e. wood, finish, shape, etc.)and how large to put here? The faucets are going to be "antique pewter" (looks like a pump), the light is a rustic "black", and the granite (with a cover over it) is Ubatuba (basically black with gold flecks. The sink is a black "glass" round bowl.
Would REALLY appreciate any suggestions other than starting over with the lights. Sure wish I could do that as it would make all the difference but is not possible at this time.. I have been advised that a rectangle mirror hung horizontally would fill in the space the best with the light situation. There is also another area the same although a little bit wider. This picture's measurement for the open area is 44 1/4" Wide x 39 1/2" Tall and the other sink area is 49 3/4" Wide x 39 1/8" Tall.
Thanks for any help or suggestions.