Round bathroom mirrors are a great choice because they offer a variety of styles and designs, in addition to providing the visual real estate that people need in the bathroom. Some styles are more popular than others, but there’s enough selection that everyone can find the perfect mirror with ease. In the list below, you’ll find some of the best options available today.
Of course, part of getting the best is knowing what that means. When it comes to bathroom mirrors, there are a few important things to consider: the quantity, the positioning, and the size. Once you know how to pick the best options, you can read all about the top-selling designs that are out there today. If you’re ready for a whole new kind of bathroom mirror, we’ve got what you need.
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72 Inch Double Sink Bathroom Vanity in Pure White
How Many Mirrors?
If you have a single vanity, you’ll want to stick with a single mirror. For those with double vanities, the question of whether to choose one larger mirror or two smaller ones will come up during the design process. Ultimately, this is a matter of personal preference. If round mirrors are desired, though, it’s often better to choose two separate mirrors to fit the space. One giant round mirror would probably look weird, at the very least.
Typically, the only time you’ll see a single mirror with a double vanity is when people choose to stick with a traditional rectangular mirror that can create the illusion of more space in a small bathroom by spanning the width of the entire double vanity.
Before we get into the top round mirrors, let’s talk a little more about sizing and placement.
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How to Determine Vanity Mirror Size
When hanging a bathroom mirror, you want to make sure that it fits the space accordingly. Ideally, you’ll want a mirror that measures an inch or two shorter than the width of the vanity/countertop in the bathroom. This includes the mirror itself and the frame (if any). That means if you have a 36 inch vanity, you’ll want a mirror that measures 34-35 inches. For a 60 inch vanity, a 58-59 inch mirror will do best.
More than sizing, you also need to consider how high the mirror is hung. It’s recommended to hang bathroom mirrors 5-10 inches above the sink, right at eye level. This is usually about 60 inches (5 feet) off the floor but may vary depending on personal preference or the height of those using the mirror.
Now that you know more about choosing the best mirror(s) for your bathroom, let’s take a look at the top 8 options for round bathroom mirrors.
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Top 8 Round Bathroom Mirrors
This simple, yet stylish mirror features a simple rimmed design in rustic bronze and beveled glass for an added detail in design. The shading from the rustic bronze exterior into the antiqued gold left central frame creates a unique contrast, and it measures just over 36 inches with the frame.
The Ripley offers something a little more unusual for people who are looking to create some style in addition to getting a functional piece. This 34 inch mirror includes an abstract black frame that adds a creative touch to the traditional bathroom mirror that most people are used to seeing.
Ripley Matte Black Round Mirror
The Odalis mirror is as much art piece as it is functional tool. Featuring beveled edges and a unique black and silver leaf frame that features three separate circles, this 48 inch mirror is going to make a big statement when you need something a bit bigger for the bathroom space.
Odalis Matte Black with Silver Leaf Round Mirror
For those who want a more unique, rustic-chic look, this mirror has a lot to offer. The frame is made of galvanized metal for a unique texture, with small nail heads exposed to add detail. The mirror itself is beveled, which adds another unique element to the design, and its 26 inch diameter is perfect for small bathroom vanities and half bathroom designs.
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Galvanized Metal with Exposed Small Nail Heads Round Mirror
This sleek, modern design features a solid wood frame in ebony for those spaces where a dark finish will complement the other colors in the room. The mirror measures just under 22 inches in diameter, making it great for a half bath or single vanity when you want something that looks a lot more expensive than it is.
Round Solid Wood Ebony Frame Mirror
If you want to make a statement, the Marlo Round Gold Mirror is a good choice. This mirror features a frame constructed of layered metal tubes that are finished in gold leaf that is antiqued for an extra lavish touch. For contemporary and upscale spaces where you want art as much as function, this mirror has what you need.
This round mirror features a simple brushed nickel frame that is actually made from wood. It measures about 30 inches without the frame or 36 inches with the frame, and offers clean, simple style when you don’t want anything too ornate. You can even pair two of them on a 72 to 96 inch double vanity for a simple, functional solution.
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George Brushed Nickel Round Mirror
For those who want something unique and contemporary, this mirror is the perfect choice. The neutral color fits into any space and the beveled edge adds a touch of detail. Measuring 38 inches, or 27 inches for just the mirror, it’s an ideal choice for a mid-size single vanity.
Orbit Round Silver Leaf Bathroom Wall Mirror
The Final Call
As you can see, there are several ways to go when it comes to choosing a round mirror. It helps if you can consider the size of your vanity and its lighting to ensure that you get a mirror that fits, both in terms of size and style. With these options, you’ll be able to create a perfect new look in your bathroom, no matter which style you choose.
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