The Best Bathroom Mirrors of 2021
Mirror, mirror on the wall, which is the best bathroom mirror of them all? Check out our top picks.
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Best Medicine Cabinet Mirror
The mirrored door can open from the left or right to reveal four adjustable glass shelves. Useful and beautiful, it’s available in five finishes — brass, chrome, dark bronze, and polished and brushed nickel. One is sure to work well in your bathroom.
Best Smart Mirror
Two pivoting side LEDs provide neutral, clear, bathroom-perfect light. The mirror offers surround-sound stereo and programmable dimmable LED lights, plus a motion-sensing nightlight for midnight trips to the bathroom. The anodized aluminum construction is rust- and chip-resistant, perfect for a humid environment.
Best Round Mirror
The Crate & Barrel Round Mirror is minimal, but not without charm. The bevel-edge mirror shines within a thin frame, which comes in three finishes: brass, black and silver. And the sizes — 30-in. and 36-in. diameters — fit most bathrooms. Many round mirrors are simply too large for petite bathrooms.
One crateandbarrel.com reviewer raved about this one: “I bought this mirror for a small half bath, and it’s simply amazing. It helps make the tiny space feel so much larger. It is heavy, but very well made. I’m so happy I went with this mirror!”
Best Pivot Mirror
Rejuvenation’s Bowman Pivot Mirror offers flexibility on almost all counts. For one, choose from 24 inches or 32 inches high. The finishes include brass, chrome, oil-rubbed bronze, and brushed or polished nickel.
These mirrors are great for getting a closer look, and they tilt for those who need accommodations for wheelchairs and other medical equipment. The Bowman delivers on functionality and classic, traditional style.
Best Lighted Mirror
The unfussy, metal industrial-rustic look works with lot of bathroom décor choices, especially farmhouse, industrial and more traditional spaces looking to add some edge. Best of all: No assembly required.
Best Powder Room Mirror
Powder rooms can be tiny, glamorous jewel boxes, and this Shades of Light chunky gold mirror delivers a little extra style. The bigger frame supports a two-tone motif: a shining gold interior rim with a black exterior. The end result? It adds oomph without overwhelming a small room. Hello, sophistication!
Best Pharmacy Mirror
For a small mirror, this Threshold pharmacy mirror sure packs a simple, attractive and functional punch.
The sleek powder-coated rectangular frame incorporates a small shelf to hold all your essentials and display small décor pieces. It comes in black, brass and pewter finishes to match your bathroom finishes. If you lack the wall depth or space for a medicine cabinet, this could be the next best thing. And it’s only $80!
Best Arched Mirror
Arches are a major design trend now. This thin-profile Hutcheson Arch Mirror from Joss & Main with its antiqued gold finish, adds a stylish touch to your bathroom. It’s a minimal design, but offers just enough flair to be interesting and warms up what is often a colder space.
The 39-in. x 24-in. mirror comes with all necessary hanging hardware. One jossandmain.com reviewer bought two to hang over a double vanity and praised its “simple but pretty design.”
Best Farmhouse Mirror
The distinctive barn door slider bracket makes the Gracie Oaks two-piece Bevier mirror a modern farmhouse favorite. The 33-in. x 27-in. wooden rectangular frame comes in a satin finish. Blend with warm or cool tones, pair with shiplap or subway tile (or both!) and you’re all set.
One happy wayfair.com reviewer reports: “My wife absolutely loves the mirror. It goes well with the theme of the powder room. It was simple to assemble and hang. Good sturdy product.”
Best Framed Mirror
Pretty as a picture! Frame yourself every day, like a photo in a vintage album, with the demi acrylic rectangular wall mirror from cb2.
Bracketed with gold corners, the mirror almost appears to float. Its understated cool leans modern but could work with Art Deco, mid-century and even some traditional bathrooms.
Cb2.com reviewer Eliiiisa gave it five stars, calling it a “perfect touch of gold” and “a perfect addition to my ensuite [bathroom connected to a main bedroom].”
There’s more from Eliiiisa: “My bathroom is mainly black and white and this mirror has the perfect touch of colour and edge. Also, if I ever wanted to change my ensuite mirror to something else, this mirror can be added into another room very easily. Super versatile, love it.”