Illuminated Bathroom Mirrors Can Make Your Home
June 4, 2017 Steven Murphy
When most people think of redecorating, the first areas they imagine is the living room or den. Primarily this is because a family will spend the majority of their home time within these areas. However, if you think about it a lot of time is spent in the bathroom getting ready each morning, as well as in the evening hours when most children take their baths for the next school day. Since this is a very important part of your daily routine, it makes installing illuminated bathroom mirrors as your next home project a good idea.
Although there are other ways you can make improvements in your bathroom, none of them will have the same benefits as adding lighted mirrors. Floor tile and bathroom fixtures can be replaced to add aesthetic beauty, however they will not serve any other purpose. The same thing goes for changing the wall color.
When you use an illuminated mirror to replace a standard flat mirror in the room, you are not simply adding a beautiful fixture. You are also adding an extra light source which can assist the family while they are brushing teeth and drying their hair. It also makes it easier for adults to apply makeup evenly.
Sometimes all you want to do is come home from work and relax. There are very few places in a home which has children where an adult can go to relax. The bathtub is the perfect place for the adult unwind after an especially hectic day. Since a lot of illuminated mirrors allow the adjustment of the light, it is easy to create a relaxing mood whether you are going to read or just shut your eyes.
You can find lighted mirrors in a variety of sizes and styles, which will allow you to place a larger mirror on the wall if you would like to give the illusion of more space. This is a decorating trick used by many decorators in smaller rooms. It will also allow more than one child to stand and use the mirror at once, cutting down the amount of time it takes for everyone to get ready.
Many homeowners look for projects which are considered do-it-yourself endeavors. Installing a mirror such as this does not require advanced skills, so almost anyone will feel at ease. When removing a mirror of any larger size, you really should have someone help you just for the sake of safety. An extra pair of hands can help save cleaning up a broken mess or getting cut.
There are few home projects which will be as budget friendly and give as many benefits as installing illuminated bathroom mirrors. Depending upon the size and style, you will find this type of project to be very rewarding in the benefits you receive versus the costs involved. If you have a projects list, this will be something worth adding.Jayne Hughes is a skilled bathroom interior designer with a love for illuminated bathroom mirrors. For over 10 years Jayne has been designing attractive modern bathrooms, if you would like some tips and inspiration please go to www.pebblegrey.co.uk