Monday, April 9, 2012

Have you found the perfect mirror for your bathroom? Give it a dose of trim to adhere to your decorative scheme

Picking out a mirror is one of the most important aesthetic additions in your bathroom, and it can make or break the look of your interior design. While it may be tempting to go with that elegant ornate mirror with the gold frame, you may tired of its look quite quickly.

To ensure that the look of your bathroom can be changed quickly and easily in the future, go with a frameless, plate-glass mirror with custom-made molding instead. According to Better Homes and Gardens, this is something you can find in a home improvement store or it can be made by a skilled woodworker if you're looking for a unique design.

One of the immediate benefits of adding this decorative accent to your home is the ease with which you can adapt your mirror to a new aesthetic. Simply take off the frame and repaint it when the space is in need of a change, and reattach the molding to give your washroom a new and exciting decorative scheme.

The right mirror frame is one of the most important bathroom accessories to consider as you approach your remodeling project. What decorative tips do you have for those who are picking out a mirror for their washroom?