What Size Vanity Mirror Should You Buy?

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The vanity mirror is an important design element during a redesign or renovation of your bathroom. Aside from your shower, the vanity will be the feature piece in your bathroom, so making the right decision is crucial. However, it can be difficult finding a mirror that is the right style and size for your bathroom. In today’s blog post, Ryan’s all-glass takes a look at how to choose the perfect vanity mirror size for your bathroom.

What Sizes Are There?

The size of your vanity mirror will come down to whether or not you will be looking for a custom mirror or a traditional mirror. If you are looking for a customized mirror, sizing will be much easier. You will just need to decide what style you are looking for and how much room you have and go from there. However, if you aren’t looking for a custom-sized mirror, you’ll have to look at the traditional sizes.

The most common vanity mirrors will have widths of 20-25 inches. Anything under 20 inches is fairly uncommon and typically used as shower or wall mirrors. While 20-25 inch mirrors are the most common, 25-35 inch vanity mirrors are a great choice as well.

Single Or Double Vanity?

The sizing of your vanity mirrors will depend primarily on this question. If you just have one person regularly occupying your bathroom, there is no real need for double vanities. However, if you have a spouse or significant other sharing your bathroom, the decision becomes more complicated. Going with a single mirror will mean you’ll need a larger mirror, such as a wall-to-wall mirror. If you decide to go with double vanity mirrors, you can choose smaller sizes with more custom design features.

What Style Do You Want?

Style will also play a big factor in your sizing decision. One of the biggest design decisions you’ll make is one we have already talked about. Do you want single or double mirrors? If you go with double, you’ll have more flexibility stylistically. You will have other factors to consider as well, such as framed or frameless mirrors, mounting options, and mirror shapes.

Contact Ryan’s all-glass For More Information

If you are renovating your bathroom and looking for vanity mirrors, Ryan’s all-glass can help. For more information on our offerings, give us a call at (513) 771-4440 or contact us online today.