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Master Bathroom mirrors

Posted by emsjan1958 (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 16, 13 at 22:07

We just put the beautiful framed mirrors (that I got for a steal) over our very large vanity. Well, you'd think I'd be thrilled but.... They fill the entire space over the vanity and actually extend about an inch & a half past it, which I suppose isn't a bad thing. But somehow it still doesn't look quite right. Are they supposed to be centered over the sink and/or the light fixture above? Or am I over-thinking this? ( I took photos but I don't know how to attach them from my iPad.) Input appreciated.


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RE: Master Bathroom mirrors

Your comment about it "still not looking right" says it all. I have found usually to trust my "gut" on these kinds of things. Of course I can't always fix it unless willing to spend a lot of money, that is another issue.

Bottom line, I think the mirror should be centered over the vanity. You didn't say if the sink is centered in the vanity so we are missing a lot of information to give you advice.

Somewhere on this forum is info on how to post pictures. Do a google search such as:

site:http://ths.gardenweb.com "how to post pictures"


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RE: Master Bathroom mirrors

Thanks, elphaba, good points. The vanity is quite long - 95 inches - with sinks at either end and large drawers in the middle. The mirrors cover the entire wall over the vanity (well, except for where the lights are mounted).
As soon as I get the photo thing worked out, I'll post pics.


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RE: Master Bathroom mirrors

Thanks, elphaba, good points. The vanity is quite long - 95 inches - with sinks at either end and large drawers in the middle. The mirrors cover the entire wall over the vanity (well, except for where the lights are mounted).
As soon as I get the photo thing worked out, I'll post pics.


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RE: Master Bathroom mirrors

Here is a link that has been maintained on the Kitchen forum in the very helpful thread "New to Kitchens..." The link below is a link within that thread.

Here is a link that might be useful: Posting Pictures link


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