Light-Up Mirrors Offer Bright Design Solutions

I’m often turned on to fresh design trends or merchandise through recommendations from my own clientele or the designer on the project. One of my most recent enjoys is a light-up electrical mirror — yup, it is too fancy as it sounds! This mirror with built-in lighting can solve many design problems. For instance, if a vanity is facing a toilet window, then finding a place to get a mirror and a light fixture can be difficult.

While electrical mirrors can be bought online, using one custom made is an option, too. Take a peek at a few methods to put in this new design element through your bathroom remodel.

Risinger Homes

This glistening powder area is a fantastic use of space. If the mirror did not possess the built-in lighting, the design would be much more complicated. What kind of light could the designer have set up? How big could the mirror happen to be?

The round shape allows for a much larger mirror size and looks fine against the angled ceiling. The simple fact that the mirror is also the light source simplifies the design challenge.

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I have heard that side lights make using makeup considerably easier (although I can not say I know from experience). These new mirrors have the identical impact as an old-school Hollywood dressing room mirror, but without the bulbs running down the side.

The light output is great, but care ought to be taken when choosing the type of LED lighting. LED lighting colors can vary from one company to another. Warm and cool whites are available in LED, therefore get a record of both if possible.

Edgewater Design LLC

Here we see a fantastic example of built-in hot white light at a mirror. Warmer white tends to function well with warm-hued paint and tile colors. Cooler white lights work well in white and blue bathrooms.

RKI Interior Design

Yet another design challenge solved with this customized corner mirror.A little vanity at the corner often means you can not get light across the side without shoving a light fixture into the corner. The usage of this next mirror solves this dilemma. It is a clever design and creates a very slick appearance.

Platinum Series by Mark Molthan

The lights for these mirrors can be RGB — LED lights that change colors and turn your mirror into colour therapy. You may select whatever colour makes you feel most happy or relaxed. Imagine taking a bath with all the lights gradually scrolling through numerous colors. Or perhaps you have a migraine and select light purple only, as it is the most relaxing for your pounding head.

If you’re using chromotherapy (colour therapy) or nighttime light elsewhere in the area, I recommend you have the light all from one supplier and don’t mix warm white light with trendy white light at precisely the exact same space.

Bubbles Bathrooms

The sky is the limit in mirror design. It is simple to have mirrors created and sandblasted. The lights can be set up on the back and represented through the sandblasted areas.

By Any Design Ltd..

We installed some solitude film over this toilet’s window and mounted on the electrical mirror on a customized support.

Low-voltage leads to your mirror snake up between the windows at a dado cut and are covered with the original window trimming stock. Each of the wires are encased in certain bend conduit, which protected them when the trimming was emptied.

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