Framed Bathroom Mirrors – When I build my house now, I spend months thinking about every detail. Questions, decisions and costs that seem endless as if they will not end. But after learning the lesson by allowing my builder to make important design decisions. I feel fortunate to have the last word whether right or wrong. In my search for design inspiration, I visited many people who showed homes and explored ideas and books. I combed several internet sites that tried to gather a collection of ideas to help me use my limited budget to create an attractive space that made it easy to go home.
After I feel comfortable with the design of my new kitchen, it’s time to focus on the main bath. I chose the bathroom and fixtures, tables and tiles. I work with my cabinet company to design pride. I told my builder about the decision I make and find myself waiting for the day when I could use my new bathroom. I image myself standing in my room admiring the handsome candle holder I chose to flank the mirror.
I’m not even about mirrors. What do I want to use. I know that I don’t want the glass mirror to reflect on the wall, but the hanging mirror that I see is too small for everyday use. I switch to trusted idea books and see trends that emerge. The most complete, warmest and most tasteful bathroom has framed the wall mirror. After further exploration, it became clear that this was a traditional flat glass mirror with a decorative frame used to make a very finished display.
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