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Need help picking mirror for my bathroom
armygirl1987
February 24, 2013 in Design Dilemma
The mirror that I had did not work out due to issues with parts and installations so I am back looking again. Suggestions from the ones posted.
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armygirl1987
Here is another one and pics of bathroom
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What's Inside Design Ltd.
Good morning Angela,
My preference is the second mirror. I like how it blends with the tiled walls.
Caroline :)
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armygirl1987
That is actually my favorite also, I had bought it last time and return it but I am drawn to it again.
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decoenthusiaste
I have the frameless oval one in my cottage and love it, but I think the second one is best for you.
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flgrandma
The second mirror looks the best with your bathroom.
1 Like   February 24, 2013 at 9:19AM
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Creations Nadia Interior Design
#2
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Amy Stanley
The second or the 4th one I think they both would work in your space. There are a lot of squares/rectangles in the room so the oval would shake it up a bit but I think you could get away with it.
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anitajoyce
Could you please post a picture of the whole room to get a better ideas ?
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armygirl1987
@anitajoyce, not sure how to take pic of the whole room, this is the best that I have
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armygirl1987
Another look
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Lydia (Kazza Design)
I actually prefer the one in the second set of pics you posted. The second one just blends in too much with everything else.....it's kind of boring! Short of that, I would go with the oval one.
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armygirl1987
@Lydia, thanks not sure if that helps, it is too confusing trying to decide.
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Margaret Phillips
I like the oval one best. Ii feel it accentuates the rest of the room better.
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armygirl1987
Ok so right now it is either the 2nd one or oval one.
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anitajoyce
I think the mirror with the silver metal frame would work best because you have color and texture in the room already. The mirror adds balance to the space. It will go with the faucet very well also.
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armygirl1987
Thanks everyone for your feedback and input. You should always go with your first instinct. I actually bought that same kind of mirror before @Ross for $16.99, convinced myself and return it. Went for a $180 mirror and they forgot the screws. Fast forward a month later, got this one at Home Goods for $24.99.
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armygirl1987
This was one of my inspirations

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lc29
I agree with the choice of the 2nd or the oval one. The first one is too small I think, and that is my only fear with the other 2 without seeing an overall view of the sink area.
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armygirl1987
here is a better sink pics
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flgrandma
I still like the stainless frame on the mirror.
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armygirl1987
Thanks flgrandma
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Amy Stanley
Getting a fuller view I actually do prefer the stainless mirror too :)
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anitajoyce
Your inspiration is very similiar to your room. Love the inspiration picture. Go For It!
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armygirl1987
So the decision is final, taking all the other mirrors back and keeping the stainless frame mirror. Will be checking back in on placements of glass shelves and should I use one or two along with towel bar.
2 Likes   February 24, 2013 at 8:51PM
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