By . Bathroom Mirrors. At Wednesday, July 18th 2018, 00:19:20 AM.
What I will suggest is setting aside some time for sitting in front of your computer and going online to one or two good bathroom mirror sites and research your possibilities. In the long run, you will know that the mirror you chose was the result of your patient but perseverant research.
So, think about where you plan to put the mirror, and how the light falls in this area of the room. An illuminated mirror will light you from the front, ensuring a shadow-free reflection - if this sounds beneficial, there are a wide range of illuminated mirrors available, and many have LED lighting, which means your well-lit reflection doesn't necessarily need to have such an impact upon the environment. Look for IP ratings when you shop for an illuminated mirror, as well. A bathroom mirror should have an IP (ingress protection) rating of 44 or above: this means that it's suitably waterproof for most areas of the bathroom, except within the bath and shower enclosure where you will need a special, watertight, IP67 or above, low voltage mirror.
The size of your mirror depends on the size of your vanity. Your bathroom mirror should not be bigger than your vanity, because if you are using sidelights in your bathroom, then the exterior limit of the lights can go beyond the vanity. Mirror lights can be a good choice for a small bathroom, but in a larger bathroom, one extra ceiling fixture is essential for general lighting purposes.
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