Guidelines for mirror frame thickness
I've pretty much decided to have a framed mirror over my vanity (approx. 48 x 30). I can buy a custom frame online or at Michael's, take it to my local glass shop and have them install a mirror, plain or beveled, for less than anything I've seen anywhere. Plus any size and I pick the frame. Seems like the way to go, and thanks for the advice I've received here to do that (hollysprings, I think).
I will probably pick a frame in a color similar to my vanity (still to be determined, but stained wood). It doesn't have to match, just coordinate. I'm wondering about the thickness of the frame itself. I don't especially want something heavy looking, nor do I want to undersize so that it looks puny.
Any basic guidelines (min/max)?