10 Favorites: The Multi-Mirrored Bath
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After 20 years together, my husband and I have finally graduated to a bathroom with two sinks. Unfortunately the ugly, oversized mirror running the length of the wall between them reads like pulp fiction: "The Looking Glass That Ate My Bath." And so I've been researching more artful ideas for multiple mirrors. Above: A pair of midcentury modern vanities are a perfect foil for this contemporary bath in Australia by Wonder . Above: I always love an enfilade. You can create this dramatic effect (seen here in a baths by Stine Langvad and Richard Powers ) with mirrors placed on opposite walls. Above: Placed over a horizontal sink, simple rectangular mirrors add a striking vertical element at Aperitivo Bar in Solvenia . Above: Minimal but multi-faceted, vintage triptych mirrors are ideal in smaller, modern baths. Photographs of Ombline de Kersabiec's home featured on Design Sponge (L) and Frederic Lucano Photography for Serendipity in France (R). Above: A bathroom at Hare + Klein's Carriageworks project photographed by Pejper . Above: Subtle whimsy, pairs of round mirrors add a understated bubbly effect in this London townhouse via Studio Too Good (L) and at the home of Zuste r co-founder Wilhelmina McCarrol from Desire to Inspire (R). Above: Casa de Masi by Stefano Zanardi. Above: Glass menageries: whether displayed along with other treasures or in a more minimal fashion, a random grouping of mirrors adds a bit of whimsy. Images via Light Locations and Vitra . Above: Simple mirrors echo the square planes of a bath at "God's Loft Story" photograhed by Leijh Kappelhoff Seckel van denDoppelsteen Architecten . Above: Layered along a wall, the fanciful Victorian vanity mirrors add an air of romance. Photograph from Elle Decor UK via Decor8 (L) and Foster House (R). Above: Admire yourself from every angle with a bath like this one from German-based Tulip Design . N.B. Great, so I've narrowed down the look I want. Now, where to buy the mirrors ...