This modern yet traditional style mirror
is a great addition to any style bathroom. Its 1x/5x magnification 9-Inch mirror, are surrounded by a low energy virtually maintenance free LED light. It rests on a 16 ¼-Inch extension, making it easier to use. Mirror ...
This modern yet traditional style mirror
is a great addition to any style bathroom. Its 1x/5x magnification 9-inch mirror, are surrounded by a low energy virtually maintenance free LED light. It rests on a 16.25-inch extension, making it easier to use. Magnification: 5X/1X ...
The Malisa lighted mirror by Civis
USA, Inc. features a polished edge mirror that hangs on a white powder coated stainless steel backing. Bright LED light glows through the 1.5-Inch frosted rectangle frame to brighten up your room Easy hanging system featuring an ...
Ideas for choosing the best LED mirrors for your unique style
An LED mirror in your home is all about bringing illumination and reflection together in a single decorative piece. Geared toward use in a bathroom, vanity mirrors with lights are perfect for grooming in the morning as well as bringing an individual style into your bathroom. Because most LED mirrors are frameless, they easily lend themselves to modern, transitional, and contemporary design, because of their lack of ornament. However, this type of lighted vanity mirror transcends style-types because it is so useful. You could place one in any home, and it will fit right in.
Where LED mirrors look best in your home
Traditionally, an illuminated vanity mirror is installed in a bathroom. It is the central place in the home where people groom themselves at the beginning of the day. Haircare, makeup, teeth brushing, face washing, and shaving are all tasks that take place in front of the vanity. Because LEDs render skin tones wonderfully and provide a consistently bright light, it makes the morning prep in the bathroom a more pleasant experience. A little more off the beaten path, some people have moved this routine into large walk-in closets, adding a beautiful backlit mirror closer to clothing, shoes and other garments for a faster morning get up and go.
What to look for in the best LED mirrors
You want to search for bathroom vanity mirrors that fit your particular space and have the style you gravitate toward. The best lighted mirror will have LEDs on either side of the mirror or surrounding the whole edge. The most popular shape is a rectangular mirror, and you can either get a surface mounted or flush mounted mirror. You want to search for a mirror that will fit between any architectural features in your bathroom (walls, additional light fixtures, etc.), and casts a bright, warm glow. If you want a smaller mirror with LEDs, look for a circular or square mirror on an articulating arm.
A: LED mirrors have a channel placed behind the mirror glass and houses a set of LED lights. Because LEDs can light a continuous line without shadows or pools of light, it is an attractive way to light something evenly. They are also low on energy needs, and have a long life, lending them to be a perfect way to light a mirror in a bathroom.
A: LED mirrors are used mainly for grooming in bedrooms and bathrooms so they emit a bright, white, and even light. It allows for little to no shadows on your face, and even skin tone rendering. Makeup application, shaving, and hair styling requires clear and detailed lighting.
Q: Are LED mirrors better for doing makeup or grooming?
A: Since LED mirrors emit a continuous glow and render skin tones well, it is ideal for makeup and grooming. Overhead lighting and traditional bathroom sconces tend to cast shadows that often age skin tones and render colors inaccurately. LEDs are perfect for matching colors well and seeing your grooming clearly.
A: Rectangular LED mirrors are the most popular because they fit well in bathroom decor, particularly over a sink or bathroom vanity. Square and round mirrors are also common; this is particularly true for smaller mirrors that are mounted on articulating arms for close up viewing.
A: LED mirrors are not fluorescent. LED and fluorescent light bulbs use different science for illumination. Fluorescent lights have a tube with bit of mercury inside that is ionized into a vapor and emits light. Whereas LED stands for Light Emitting Diode and has two lead semiconductors inside the fixture. When a certain voltage is reached within the bulb, electrons recombine with electron holes, and light is emitted when photons are released.
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