143,443 floating mirrors Home Design Photos

Michael Lee Architects
3 Reviews
Manhattan Ave Residence
how did you create the look of the back lit mirror?
How do you ensure this large mirror does not slide off of its mount?
I'm assuming the floating effect is achieved by mounting the mirror on a piece of plywood that is smaller than the mirror itself. Other then glue, is there
preventing the mirror from falling down (molding, shoe, channel)? Thanks!
make the mirror bump from the wall? what kind of tool do you use?
There's many ways you can create this look one great way it to bump out the mirror from the wall & install LED strips to the back of the mirror. Here's a simple peel & stick kit: http://www.littmanbros.com/diode-led-blaze-di-0189
a lit mirror from Tech lighting http://www.littmanbros.com/SEARCH.html?q=tech+mirror Feel free to call us with any questions.
“Hansgrohe Small Vessel Sinks” — laserchick
Tim Sent
Powder Room
this mirror! What kind of lighting is used behind it? How is it mounted? Thanks.
and the mirror will float too far above the drywall.
The mirror is any standard mirror from a glass supplier. The lighting is a SMD 5050 LED Lighting Strip with 150 lights per 5 meters. It can easily be purchased off Amazon. I used the RGB strip versus the plain white and can change the color by IR
I had a plug added behind the mirror during the original construction, but you could easily extend an existing outlet to a location behind the mirror with a little drywall patching. The trick is to inset a 3-gang electrical box into the drywall to set the transformer for the LED lights
of. The mirror is mounted to the wall using a box frame glued to the back of the mirror that screws into another smaller box frame mounted to the wall so the beams just overlap and can be screwed together from the side.
“Love” — callesandwich
Entasis Group
1 Review
The Evergreen House
been no mirrors that I love...
The mirrors are framed with 1/2" aluminum edging. We put 1"x4"s behind the mirror to give the floating effect
bathroom mirror aluminum frame 1 x 4 to give floating effect
nice floating vanity, thick counter, dual mirrors
2 large mirrors/frosted shower door
Hanging vanity & mirror placement
Proportion of mirror to unit
floating mirrors, counter
white floating cabinets and shelves
Floating mirrors...Two mirrors...2 wide mirrors...mirrors, soffit...mirror frame
“Mirror” — e2texas
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Can you please share the method you used to float your mirror? Did you glue your mirror to a piece of plywood and then drill the plywood into the wall studs? I want to do the same with my master bath, however my walls are already tiled so i'm a bit stuck on how to attack this
stone and mirror odd shaped vessel
narrow floating mirror with lighting above, counter "wraps" up the wall
“sink on left” — zette959
LDa Architecture & Interiors
5 Reviews
Courtyard Residence Bath
What you please share the source for the mirror mounting system? Thanks.
of the mirror frames to hinge over custom-made brackets made by a local steel fabricator.
Clean. Love the mirror in windows concept.
dressing room window/key word mirror window
mirrors covering windows that are stationary
Mirrors in front of window
Mirrors suspended in the windows
Mirrors in front of windows
Mirror at window detail
mirrors over windows!
love mirror hanging on windoW
mirror mounted in window
Light, mirrors over windows
Mirrors floating over windows
Mirror in front of window
windows behind mirrors and sinks
Great mirrors!...mirror suspended...mirrors on rods...mirrors in windows...Suspended mirrors...Mirrors in window...mirror in window...Suspended Mirror...Floating mirrors...bath mirror...Hanging mirrors...Mirror option...mirrors/ window...bathroom mirror
“Decor and design” — ladyvee999
Murdock Solon Architects
3 Reviews
Kelly Solon
open space, a floating vanity can help visually expand your room. Sometimes a vanity needs to float due to a room's heating needs. In-floor heating requires a freestanding or floating vanity (rather
Floating mirror with lights, Floating vanity, white tile
If you love open space, a floating vanity can help visually expand your room. Sometimes a vanity needs to float due to a room's heating needs. In-floor heating requires a freestanding or floating vanity (rather than a fixed vanity) to avoid overheating.
man in bath ...larger tile around mirror expands the room
aspect of floating vanities: The floor seems to extend forever. This clever designer also used the same flooring and clear glass doors in the shower area to extend it even further.
“Interesting shower shape” — jujubead61
Jeff King & Company
6 Reviews
Powder Bath
How did you attach the mirror so that it seems as if it is floating?
don't like the colors but like the offset mirror and lines
Wallpaper with long mirror as backsplash
floating mirror floor-to-ceiling, countertop & drop-in sink
ceiling mirror and wallpaper
Floor to ceiling mirror
like mirror idea with wood
Bold wallpaper and floating mirror
long floating mit=rror
Mirror behind countertop only vanity
Vertical ceiling-length mirror over sink.
powder room - full mirror
Mirror with floating sink
countertop, mirror...Mirror behind sink...mirror back sink...layout - mirror...bathroom mirror
“Mirror” — Lisa Murphy
One D+B Architecture
8 Reviews
Private residence
Please, can you tell me how the floating mirror was attached to the wall?
example of white cabinets that float and a floating toilet for main bathroom
Mirror lighting, floating toilet and sink
The lighting behind the mirror. and in the shower.
Tile, bench, floating cabinets.
under mirror above sinks
Floating Mirror...Mirrors lighting...floating mirror...Light under mirror...mirror backlights...Mirror lights l.e.d...lighted mirror...Mirror and sink...Light behind mirror...floating vanity
“Mirror” — umsoares
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