Out of 629 respondents, 25.60% (161 people) chose regular wall mirrors as the type they prefer, according to our survey. This isn’t much of a surprise since homeowners typically choose accessories that blend with their design scheme. Additionally, regular mirrors are known for complementing the colors and fixtures in a space while also performing their functional duties. Because this standard bathroom is able to reflect both natural and artificial lighting, it can go a long way to make the bathroom feel bigger, notes Soraya Interiors.
A regular wall mirror also comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, such as square, rectangle, oval and circular. Therefore, it can be used to complement other distinct shapes in your bathroom. For example, if the accent tiles in your shower are full of curves, a circular mirror will help accentuate the shape of those tiles. Another way to make a small bathroom feel larger is to guide the viewer’s gaze toward the ceiling by installing a longer mirror.