149,882 bathroom lighting mirror Home Design Photos

Town & Country Kitchen and Bath
5 Reviews
Project 11
Where did you get those mirrors from?
Where are those lights from?
Ballard designs sells similar mirrors; Cassidy mirror.
where are the lights from?
The cream cabinets with the blue for Kimball's bathroom
Mirrors, light, paint color
cute bathroom for kids
The two separate circular mirrors
Porthole mirror and lighting
vanity - kids' bathroom
Porthole mirrors, genius
The mirrors and rugs
round bathroom mirrors
MIRRORS & VANITY...beach bathroom...Nautical Bathroom...Boys bathroom...Deep blue bathroom...Boys' bathroom...The mirror...round mirrors...bath lights...Mirror cabinet...pendant lighting...shared bathroom...Light Wood
“color blue” — cindeedr
KCS, Inc.
Contemporary Farmhouse
where can I find the light fixtures?
Like mirrors and vanityDon't like light fixtures or faucets
Lights on molding. Maybe can do that with bathroom mirror
really cool for master bathroom...classy with little hints of reclaimed wood..
Clean lines, white cabs, style, mirrors, reclaimed wood accents on walls and tub
Mirrors make every room larger Reclaimed wood warms up white bathroom. Really like this
trim work for contemporary bathroom mirrors
“legs” — bathroom3remodel
Joel Kelly Design
8 Reviews
Ranch House Bathroom Renovation
Where did the lighting come from? pretty
where can i get that beautiful mirror?
I love this bathroom. What is the square footage
How far should the sconces be from the mirror. Thanks. Beautifull bathroom
Love your bathroom. Could you tell me the size of your mirrors? Is there a rule to the size of the mirror?
It is similar to Purist wading pool. K-2314-1 http://www.us.kohler.com/us/Purist-Wading-Pool-above-counter-wall-mount-bathroom-sink-with-single-faucet-hole/productDetail/Purist/421423.htm?skuId=373041&brandId=429900&isSeachPage=true&pageName=globalSearch&hash=id%3Dfilters%26startIndex%3D40%26scrollTop%3D275
We bought these from C-Lighting in Atlanta...
and sinks and mirror and lights
equal distance between wall, mirror,wall,mirror,wall
“love the sleek design” — dooley1
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Lake Shore Drive Bathrooms
energy efficient perimeter cove lighting creates a floating ceiling plane while highlighting the tile walls in soft light. Custom designed floor-to-ceiling cabinetry provides ample storage and an open display niche in the master bathroom. The design of the bathrooms achieves the look and feel of a luxury
materials in each bathroom - Spanish marble on the floors and walls, and quarter sawn walnut for the custom floating vanities. Design interest was created with glass tiles - 1x8 glass mosaic tiles in the master bath and 4x12 glass tiles in the guest bath. Minimalist, square trimless down lighting was used throughout
outdated bathrooms into spa-like retreats. The concept was to create a soothing and timeless design while maintaining the existing footprint of the current bathrooms. Existing structural columns and plumbing stack locations were integrated into the design. Continuity between the bathrooms was important
“shower curb and lighting” — canterburyplans
Spot Design, Inc.
How many and what kind of lights are in shower?
what kind of lights did you use under the vanity?
I did not do the lighting, but I will try and find out.
It is actually the real deal I use wood in bathrooms often.
These are a "superior" alder with a two tone stain. Full overlay stile and rail door. There is under cabinet lighting as well. We used a quatz top.
Large mirror - tall - in bathroom with floating vanity
Lights mounted on mirror. No molding
Sconce lights on mirror and lighting under vanity
Raise cabinets with lighting - kick plate higher for a 32" tall cabinets unit to become the newer 36" standard.
Use unconventional light locations. This master bathroom (which may have a window we can't see) illustrates perfect use of indirect lighting to distribute light throughout a room. A simple light under the raised vanity helps lighten what otherwise would be a dark corner.
“Vanity with undercount floor lights” — enidgraham
John F. Heltzel AIA Architects
6 Reviews
Green Tile Bathroom
Master bathroom vanity with detailing for consistent theme. Photo by Greg Hadley Photography.
I'd ask you to design my bathroom, but
Thank you for your question. These mirrors were purchased
We appreciate your interest in this bathroom project! The tile on the wall is a green glass tile that the homeowner purchased directly from Architectural Ceramics.
I like the lights, and the glass tile. Can you tell me who the manufacturer & styles of both products. Nice job!
Like the sinks and the tiles around the mirrors.
Look of Powder Room Bathroom w/Mirrors
Like scones (have 2 scones) like tile on mirror wall
Like the tile around the mirror would look nice in master bathroom
Like the vertical tile behind mirrors
“tile on mirror” — shilindsart
Harmonique Home
Berkeley Remodel
Are there cabinets behind these mirrors?
Curious about paint color and direction/facing of room if any external light source.
I would love to find this mirror set up or similar! Thanks!
Any idea who makes this vanity and/or the mirrors? Thanks!
is just a mirror over the wall, the middle is a cabinet built between the studs, so only about 7" deep, and the right side mirror opens to reveal a medicine cabinet inset into the wall.
This was custom designed and built - not an off the shelf product. The left section is just a mirror over the wall
wall, the middle is a cabinet built between the studs, so only about 7" deep, and the right side mirror opens to reveal a medicine cabinet inset into the wall.
“countertop over toilet pluse medicine cabinet extends the full length of cabinet and toilet.” — madagascar7
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
windows behind bath sink and bathroom
glass block w/ medicine cabinets & lights
Storage space behind mirror with mirror on inside of cabinet as well
Bathroom window allow light without sacrificing privacy.
fluorescent side lights, floating vanity, under sinks
Frosted privacy windows in the the bathroom.
glass block in this bathroom, medicine cabinets with mirrored doors and lights are attached to a metal frame at the ceiling and counter. Not only do you have the light and mirror, but your toiletries are within handy reach too.
Bathroom wallsThe wall behind the bathroom mirrors can be a fun place
place to experiment with design, lighting and texture. This blue-lit opaque glass brick wall is a smart and modern addition to an otherwise windowless-bathroom.
“Bathroom” — Lisa Rademeyer
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