11 Master Bathroom Framed Mirror Ideas
Bathroom Design Tips
There are two primary types of mirror to select from for your new home, framed and frameless.
While frameless mirrors are typically more common - they blend well into any decor, unobtrusively fade into your bathroom walls, and will make any bathroom feel more spacious - more home buyers are requesting framed mirror decor.
Framed mirrors add a pop of personality, divide his and hers spaces in unique ways, and generate greater differences in depth. Below are 11 framed mirror designs that will pull together your master bathroom, guest bath, and powder room design.
Framed Mirror Design Idea #1: Full Length His and Hers Mirrors
Every detail about this master bathroom speaks to elegance and relaxation - from the crystal style cabinet knobs to the modern glass light fixture and espresso cabinets with matching framed mirrors.
These furniture style vanities with curved bump-out counter top and peek-a-boo feet add a touch of traditional design that contrasts with the modern lighting and cabinet pulls.
Framed Mirror Design Idea #2: Matching Mirrors
Matching mirrors are perfect for a his and hers bathroom setup. In this Raleigh custom home, an open shelf center cabinet ties these espresso framed mirrors together - while offering ample showcase storage.
The lines in this bathroom are simple, clean, and modern.
Framed Mirror Design Idea #3: Triple Mirrors
Three mirrors split the space in this master bathroom - one for him, one for her, and one for the joint dressing area.
Light fixtures above the his and her vanities offer plenty of lighting - the room would feel too bright with a third set above the center mirror.
The his and her master bath offers tons of storage, including a full-height cabinet (instead of a closet), tucked into the far corner of the room.
Framed Mirror Design Idea #4: Metallic and Silver Frames
Dress up your master bath with silver mirrors, crystal light fixtures, and glass wall sconces. Each of these flashy finishes will sparkle to create a bit of complexity in this contemporary new home.
A freestanding tub is tucked past the vanity wall, with carefully selected mood lighting to maintain a space of tranquility.
Framed Mirror Design Idea #5: Textured Frames
Framed mirrors with a bit of texture will draw more attention, like the silver mirrors in this master bath.
Here, silver acts as a more neutral color, set against a bright blue backdrop and dark brown tile tub - with tile extending the full height of the wall on all sides.
A plant shelf above the toilet room offers a space to add accent decor or greenery.
Framed Mirror Design Idea #6: Double Trouble
Well-placed twin mirrors can make a room feel larger. In this accessible Raleigh custom home, dual mirrors with metallic fronts reflect light and draw in warmth.
A roll-under vanity offers handicap accessibility, with center draws to bring back in storage space.
Framed Mirror Design Idea #7: Engraved Elegance
In this master suite bath, the his and hers vanities are located on opposite walls, each with a black framed mirror above.
Large frames help fill out the wall space, and provide clear space divisions.
How do I choose between framed and frameless mirrors in my bathroom?
First, consider the size and layout of your master bathroom.
Frameless mirrors tend to look better on larger walls becuase they feel less heavy.
Framed mirrors are great when you're wanting to give smaller walls a more divided (and enlarged) feel.
Smaller spaces, such as powder rooms and secondary bathrooms, are great places to add a framed mirror.
Framed Mirror Design Idea #8: Simple Lines
Framed Mirror Design Idea #9: Rustic Designs
Rustic features and finishes pop up throughout this Raleigh custom home.
An antique boat mirror gives this small powder room tons of character.
If you're looking for ways to dress up small spaces, always consider adding a small mirror. The mirror's reflection will mimic the space, making it feel larger.
With such a small touch, you can feel free to step outside your decor comfort zone.
Framed Mirror Design Idea #10: Gilded Elegance
This powder room speaks to traditional home design with painted wainscoting and a gilded, engraved mirror.
Framed Mirror Design Idea #11: Mirror Mini Mosaics
For a completely modern shimmer, consider mirrors with mini mosaic designs - including mini mirror mosaics!
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