Big ugly vanity mirror
We are remodeling our 1985 master bath. We have a 93" vanity (wall to wall in an alcove) above it is a 93"x40" mirror with a light bar above it. The ceiling in the room is sloped; it's 14' on the side where the vanity is, 10' at the other end of the room. We are spending so much on the shower and stuff that I'm trying to spend as little as possible on this vanity/mirror. I stained the vanity with General Stain Georgian Cherry and put pulls on the builder grade doors/drawers, and we are getting desert rose granite for the top. But, I'm at a loss to know what to do about that mirror, if I take it down and replace it with two small mirrors (one above each sink) I think they will look lost on that big wall, so I thought of building a soffit from the ceiling to the top of the mirror and putting recessed lighting in it- then I read that is a no-no and you can't use recessed lighting over a vanity mirror. My last resort would be to get a frame for the mirror, but that will just serve to further accentuate the empty wall space over the mirror- any ideas would be appreciated.