Illuminated Bathroom Mirrors – Let’s be honest, we’ve all had mornings when we’ve looked in the mirror and not recognised the person looking back at us – whether it’s because of a late night the evening before, or because your bathroom light fixtures aren’t doing their job, an illuminated bathroom mirror will help you make the most of your appearance every day of the week.
Why do I need an illuminated bathroom mirror?
In many modern homes, bathrooms sometimes seem like an afterthought – the home architect designs grand lounges and stunning kitchens, and then tries to shoe-horn a bathroom into the tightest of spaces. The end result is often a poorly lit space, lacking in natural light. The gloomiest of bathrooms can be transformed by use of a properly illuminated mirror, and you’ll be amazed how much easier it is to shave or apply make-up when you can fully see what you’re doing.
Let there be light!
There are many different types of mirror available, from traditional large illuminated bathroom mirrors with a single light above, to sleek modern led illuminated bathroom mirrors incorporating lighting beneath the glass. With such a choice, it’s impossible for you to find one that won’t suit your style.
The mirror unit can incorporate a cabinet, to keep your toiletries hidden away, and some are available with a steam free demister feature, so they don’t steam up when you’re running the hot tap. Illuminated magnifying bathroom mirrors are great for make-up or shaving,even more so if they have a built in shaver socket.
Some mirrors fit flush to the wall, giving a sleek minimal look – ideal if your bathroom is on the smaller size, and you don’t want to restrict the space.
Create a relaxing room to unwind with a soak in the tub, after a hard day at work, by illuminating only the mirror and leaving the main lighting off.
Transform your room by fitting illuminated bathroom mirrors – they can easily be installed by any competent person, qualified to work on safe electrical installations in the bathroom, and will instantly give your ‘smallest-room’ that touch of ‘boutique hotel’ class.