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Mirror Spacing

Posted by nothingbutboys (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 3, 12 at 19:42

For a 48" wide vanity, with an offset sink, what would you do with the mirror? (We are committed to the vanity, so that isn't chagning.) Get one (framed or not) that goes over the length of the vanity? Get two and place them equa distance apart, despite having one sink? Just get one mirror and place it over the sink? Some other configuration? This is for a basement/guest bath where I can imagine more than one person needing to use the bathroom to get ready, ie family staying and everyone trying to get out the door at once. Thanks for any ideas!

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RE: Mirror Spacing

We have a 5' vanity with one sink in our guest bath so we put in one large mirror (we had it from the other house). Our bath is an interior space and the reflected light makes it feel more spacious and brighter. We haven't framed it yet, but it is on our agenda to do.

RE: Mirror Spacing

I would vote for one big/long mirror over the whole space.

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