Bathroom Mirrors

Select framed mirrors for your bathroom & vanity, customizable to almost any size.

The Renaissance
in Brushed Gold

A simple & clean mirror, framed in brushed gold. Subtle floral detailing provides a touch of elegance.

The Renaissance
in Gold

Wrapped in a gold wood frame, this mirror is classic and simple.

The Plein Air Premier
in Copper

This mirror is wrapped in a unique copper frame. The stately profile makes it a classic addition to your walls.

The American Pines
in Sandstone

Hand-selected pine frames this mirror, providing an earthy contrast to the smooth glass.

The Renaissance
in Brushed Gold

A timeless, elegantly framed mirror. The genuine wood frame, finished in antique silver, features a columned profile organic texture.

The Concerto
in Brushed Gold

A simple yet elegant framed mirror, wrapped in brushed gold with delicate beading.

The Executive
in Warm Black & Gold

A classic mirror, wrapped in a warm black and gold frame.

The Marquis
in Champagne

This simple, contemporary mirror is wrapped in a champagne frame with subtle decorative beading.

The Marquis
in Ornate Gold

A mirror framed in gold, featuring dark gold trim and a soft gray patina wash.

The Marquis
in Warm Silver

This mirror is wrapped in a silver frame, with a warm patina wash and simple, linear details.

The Renoir
in Mahogany

A framed mirror, finished in mahogany with graceful embelishments.

The Shades of Verona
in Deep Cherry

This mirror is wrapped in a bold, deep cherry frame.

How To Choose A Bathroom Mirror

Bathroom Mirror

The size of the bathroom mirror you choose can have a bold impact on the space. There are several factors to consider when choosing a framed mirror for your bathroom.

First, measure the vanity or countertop that the mirror will hang above. You'll want to limit your mirror choices to this size or smaller, to keep proportions. A good rule of thumb for measuring your mirror: keep two to four inches of open space between the edge of the mirror and the edge of the vanity. To avoid water stains, consider placing the mirror about six inches above the vanity.

Depending on your style or needs, the frame can take up a good amount of space and can change the look & feel of your bathroom. If you have a double vanity, consider two smaller mirrors of the same size, to keep the symmetry a theme. The style of mirror you choose is of course, completely up to your preference. However, shiny framed mirrors have a vastly different impact than antiqued framed mirrors. Consider the "feel" you’d like your bathroom to have.