Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 13:54:20 PM by Kellie Dorsey. Bathroom Mirrors. If you have an extremely small bathroom, you can buy a stand up mirror that will not take up too much room. These mirrors can stand on a pole from the floor or it can stand on the sink. These are great if you do not have a lot of wall space as well. Although smaller than a wall mirror, they will not make the room seem smaller and will serve its purpose. Another design style that will help with a small area is the accordion style or pull out mirror. This attaches to the wall and can be pulled out for use. These are great for applying makeup!
Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 01:39:31 AM by Madge Salazar. Bathroom Mirrors. Shape and size are important, both in terms of finding a mirror that doesn't overshadow your bathroom furniture, or look too small next to a giant basin, and in terms of practicalities. If your mirror space is wide, a landscape mirror will be most suitable; if the space is tall and narrow, a portrait mirror will be most appropriate. A mirror positioned over an extra wide basin should also be extra wide: if two people can use the basin at once, they should both be able to see in the mirror simultaneously, too.And if members of your family are varied in their heights, choosing a tall mirror will mean that both the tallest and the smallest can both see their reflection without stooping or standing on tiptoes.
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