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Round, square, or long bathroom mirror?

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ROUND MIRRORS
We've been seeing a lot of round mirrors lately, and they look great as their shape stands out and contrasts nicely with the block-shaped items in the bathroom, such as rectangular washbasins and tiles. Changing the mirror is also easier as it's not mounted to the wall. The main drawback of round mirrors is that they can't provide extra shelf space, and they don't aid much in making the bathroom look larger.

round mirror, Grafunkt
Trending now - round mirrors hung from a leather strap. Design: Grafunkt
 

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A round mirror given the Hollywood light treatment. Design: E&A Interiors
 

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The traditional look of this mirror goes well with the design of its antique-looking washbasin. Design: The Scientist
 

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An industrial-rustic version of the round mirror. Design: The Scientist


SQUARE AND RECTANGULAR MIRRORS
A regular four-sided shape is the default style for bathroom mirrors for many reasons. They can be customised to the size of your space; a large, tall or long mirror can be used to make a small space look larger. They can also be combined with shelves or medicine cabinets to provide storage. 

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This mirror has a simple L-shaped ledge which can hold small items. Design: Desmond Ong 
 

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More dimension is created by floating these mirrors off the wall. Design: 19sixtyseven
 

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A tall mirror stretches space vertically. Design: Habit LLP
 

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This mirror stretches the space horizontally. Design: Space Sense 
 


This mirror cum shelf was customised to fit a tight space. Design: Meter Square
 

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This mirror is also a cabinet, great for keeping small items off the countertop. Design: Free Space Intent. 


More inspiration for mirror design!

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A hexagon-shaped mirror for a subtle Moroccan flavour. Design: The Scientist 
 

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A baroque mirror that looks like a picture frame makes you feel like a queen! Design: Space Matters