Courtyard Residence BathContemporary Bathroom, Boston

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serendipityantiquesinteriors1 wrote:June 28, 2015
slainte9 wrote:June 26, 2016
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    Hi there! This is the rear exterior of the house where you can see the bathroom windows. Hope this helps.

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    Thanks very much!

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    Hooks were mounted on back of the mirror frames to hinge over custom-made brackets made by a local steel fabricator.
Studio Aya wrote:September 26, 2016
    krgmiami wrote:October 29, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Change Your Bathroom, Inc. added this to 8 Bathroom Mirror Ideas You Might Not Have Thought OfMarch 5, 2015

      1. In front of a window. Mirrors are a necessity for any morning routine, and mounting them in window casings is a great way to free up wall space. If your bathroom layout doesn’t lend itself to expansion, fitting in a larger shower or a freestanding tub and shower isn’t always possible. But opening up the room to a more creative layout like mounting the mirrors on a window wall frees up wall space to allow for a potentially better room configuration. For example, If your vanity area and shower are on the same wall, you couldn’t expand the shower without shrinking the vanity. However, moving the vanity to a wall with windows might free up space to incorporate a larger shower area and still allow for keeping the vanity storage space. Works best with: All styles.Pros: This is a great solution for rooms with limited wall space. It also allows for a more ideal room layout. Plus, it’s a creative way to dress up the average window.Cons: It’s hard to find mirror-mounting hardware, and your mirror size could be limited depending on your window size.

      Toronto Interior Design Group added this to How to Ditch the Drapes and Let Your Windows ShineOctober 19, 2014

      Layered Windows Mirrors. Here’s a look I recently enjoyed while visiting the Shangri-La Hotel in Vancouver: mirrors layered over bathroom windows. It creates a resort feel but is practical and can be re-created at home.Hanging a mirror in the window (either on a picture wire or by fixed metal supports) fills in the window enough to create a sense of privacy while still allowing light to filter in. For more privacy simply cover the exposed glass with translucent film.Using a mirror this way allows you to move the vanity to areas you didn’t think possible. Imagine the floor plans you could create with your sink in front of a window.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Karen Olson added this to Starmount_kids baths3 days ago

      Bennett’s bath - mirror in window

      Estates By Design added this to Fernandes Master BathFebruary 11, 2020

      Pretty cool how they did mirrors. We could do something like this if vanities are on outside wall.

      HU-792170865 added this to Bathrooms1January 11, 2020

      Mirrors hung in front of windows

      Squaw Creek Millwork added this to sharonjohnson12471’s ideasDecember 11, 2019

      bathroom with mirrors mounted to the window!

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