Out with the old and in with the new, gone are the days of wall-sized mirrored glass. These days the bathroom mirror look is smaller yet stylish. Not only do bathroom mirrors serve an important function, but they also bring a thoughtful design element and take the bathroom space from boring to boutique. This year at Muse we have added several new mirror design lines and brought in our most popular sellers to view in person.
New Bathroom Designs and Products
By far one of our most popular bathroom mirror shapes, the circle, is serene and interesting at the same time. Check out the beautiful Rayden, it is effortlessly chic and illuminates the mid-century modern interior. The matte black painted iron build enhances the bold quality of the minimalist design. We are also loving the warm tones that brass and gold finishes bring to a bathroom, check out the warm bronze plated Azam under our products page. Mixing finishes is a new and bold approach, take a peek at the Weekend Vibes Master Bathroom Remodel in our design gallery where we mixed our black iron oval mirror with the Collier Heritage brass sconces. We brought in some more brass tones in the hardware as well as the faucet, tying the two together. Mixing finishes can add dimension and visual interest to a room. So many options with the circular mirror and its different finishes to choose from, you can’t go wrong here!
Tried and True Bathroom Mirror Designs
Rectangular bathroom mirrors are a tried-and-true staple. It is interesting how one small change can make a huge difference, throw in curved edges, and you have an instant, eye-catching update on a standard design. This is reflected in the new Priscilla Mirror. The subtle curves take this classic mirror and transform it into an upscale statement piece. The Chastain Mirror is another option with scalloped corners but still a play on the traditional rectangular mirror. The champagne-colored leaf finish serves to further enhance the lustrous quality of the piece and allows the option of using mixed finishes in your space. This finish pairs nicely with brushed nickels, polished nickel, or even other brass tones.
Visit the Muse Bath Gallery
Overall bathroom mirror design is continuing to move away from the large wall sheets of mirror and is focusing more on the elements of form, border, and finish. Although this new trend is towards smaller mirrors, we are noticing that in this case, smaller makes a bigger statement, especially when well-designed, thought-out mirrors of quality material are used.
Come by our gallery today to see these new mirror designs and more in person, let us help you make the best selection for your space!