This rectangular frameless bathroom mirror is
a contemporary frameless mirror perfect for modern decor. This beautifully crafted large wall mirror features a screened and acid wash process that forms bright red squares surrounding the main large mirror Crafted of thick, strong 3/16-Inch glass ...
This Vanity bathroom mirror is a
unique and intricate mirror sure to make a statement in your full or half bathroom. This large frameless wall and bathroom mirror has metal encased in the glass border. This mirror also features a beveled inside and ...
Simple, understated, yet equally stylish, this
Afton 30x40 Rectangular Beveled Edge Mirror brings the best of all worlds together with its simple yet understated style. This simple mirror features a 1-inch beveled edge and back hooks that make for easy installation. The frame ...
Mirrors make a room look bigger. They add depth to your hallway, your bathroom or you living room area. It’s a trick designers discovered a long time ago, and one that DIY stylists have been using almost as long. Mirrors come in many shapes and size. Some like them round, others go for the rectangle. You could choose arched and crowned and oval. Then of course there's the decision to go from framed to frameless. Bellacor takes the fear out of mirror shopping with an easily sortable selection of reflective wonders. Take a look at one of these pieces and you'll love what you see staring back at your: a smart shopper in a space that looks transformed and much more inviting.
A: There is not standard per se, but width-wise you want your vanity mirror to be roughly the size of the vanity it's hung above. You can even leave an extra couple inches on each size to eliminate the "boxed" look. The vanity mirror should be no taller than your vanity and at least 4 to 6 inches from the ceiling, and that's before accounting for lighting fixtures that might be above the mirror.
A: First you need a microfiber cloth, rubbing alcohol, a cotton pad and window cleaner. Use the rubbing alcohol on the cotton pad to rub out any gunky build-up or heavier streaking. Then spray the mirror without soaking it. Use the microfiber cloth and go from left to right, then right to left in swoops all the way down the length of the mirror. This will ensure you don't miss a spot and eliminate streaks.
Q: Is it possible that the mirror will break in the mail?