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mmoss491
February 17, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I am remodeling my bathroom and thinking about using the attached frameless oval beveled mirror 24 w x 36 h above the vanity in the bathroom between two sconces, as opposed to a tilted mirror. Is this going to be too flat against the wall? Any thoughts? thank you.
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Fleurishes
It will be fine. Just don't hang it too high. Hang it so that whoever uses the room can look comfortably into the mirror. I think of the edges of the mirror as a "frame" for a photo. You are the person in the photo... :)
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Creations Nadia Interior Design
i'm doing a small bathroom for one of my clients - oval mirror looks fabulous :)))))
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Magdalena Bogart Interiors
I never hang tilted mirrors. Yes, it will be flat against the wall and will look very good. Oval creates a nice "negative space" around it. Enjoy.
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