Bathroom Mirror Ideas – Fill The Whole Wall
Today we’re sharing a useful way to make your bathroom feel larger, brighter, and more open. Filling the entire wall above your bathroom sink/counter, helps create a more spacious feel in your bathroom.
Here are 15 examples of bathrooms that have mirrors taking up huge portions of the walls.
1. This full wall mirror starts at the level of the vanity and continues all the way up to the ceiling of this stone tile clad bathroom.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners (AABE). Photography by Jean-Luc Laloux.
2. The light fixtures in this bathroom are built right into this mirror that takes up the entire wall above the vanity.
See more photos of this townhouse, here. Designed by Ben Hansen Architect. Photography by Francisc Dzikowski.
3. The full wall of mirror in this bathroom reflects the light streaming in from above and makes the already bright bathroom even brighter.
Inspiration from a bathroom designed by Rui Grazina.
4. The mirror takes up most of the wall above the sink and makes the gray bathroom feel larger and more open.
See more photos of this hotel, here. Designed by A31 Architecture. Photography by Yiannis Hadjiaslanis.
5. The lines on the walls of this bathroom make it hard to tell where the wall ends and the mirror begins.
6. This huge mirror runs the length of the bathroom and brightens up the space by reflecting the natural light streaming in from above.
Inspiration from a bathroom designed by SoNo. Photography by Ziga Lovsin.
7. This sophisticated bathroom features a massive mirror with the faucet coming right out of it.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by Julian Guthrie. Photography by Patrick Reynolds.
8. The large mirror in this bathroom wraps around just a little bit of the wall next to it to line up with the edge of the vanity.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by Studio VARA. Photography by Bruce Damonte.
9. This wall of mirror makes the small bathroom seem much larger than it actually is and makes the sink appear to be a lot wider than it really is.
See more wooden sinks, here. Inspiration from a home designed by Studio Arthur Casas. Photography by Fernando Guerra – FG+SG.
10. The giant mirror in this bathroom starts at the floor and goes all the way up to the ceiling interrupted only for a moment by the vanity.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by Steve Domoney Architecture. Photography by Derek Swalwell.
11. This bathroom already opens to outside but the huge mirror above the vanity makes the bathroom feel even more open and airy.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by Walker Workshop. Photography by Joe Fletcher.
12. The mirror in this bathroom reaches the full span of the wall, starting at the floor and continuing all the way to the ceiling.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by Jolson. Styling by Megan Morton. Photography by Lucas Allen.
13. The wall above this bathroom vanity is taken up mostly by the large mirror that runs the length of the bathroom.
Inspiration from a home designed by Studio Arthur Casas. Photography by Fernando Guerra.
14. The mirror in this bathroom perfectly matches up with the double vanity beneath it and has the faucets coming out of it to create a seamless and continuous look.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by Paula Santos. Photography by Nelson Garrido.
15. At first glance this looks like two separate mirrors but upon further inspection you’ll notice that the strip down the middle is also part of the mirror, just a little darker to divide the vanity and give each person their space.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by LSA Architects. Photography by John Wheatly | UA Creative.
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