The Old-World effect of this antiqued mirrored wall is lovely. The narrow area appears a little larger, and the patina on all the metallic pieces makes it feel like it has been there for much longer than it has.
If used right, a mirror can actually help a powder room feel larger. Having an entire wall of mirrors behind the sink not only allows for a close-up and a full-length look, but it gives the illusion that the room has much more space and light than a smaller framed mirror.
Every bathroom needs a mirror above the sink, so why not cover the entire wall? This is a great trick in the teeniest of bathrooms, as it will instantly make the space look larger. Think about pairing a distressed mirror with an updated vanity for a look both sophisticated and eclectic.
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Mirrored walls are unapologetically interrupted by a sculptural, fluted-front vanity. Almost mistaken for a luxurious wetbar, this piece is sure to be a conversation piece and an excuse to linger longer in the loo.