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Modern Bathroom Lighted Mirrors

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Create a Well-Designed Space with Lighted Mirrors

In the modern home, mirrors and wall art serve as the perfect finishing touch to a well-designed space. Specifically, lighted mirrors are a must in a modern bathroom and not only add to the aesthetic value of the space but also improve functionality. Modern lighted mirrors offer a plethora of convenience features including energy-efficient, dimmable LEDs to built-in televisions and Bluetooth speakers. Today’s lighted mirrors serve as an aesthetically pleasing, functional addition to modern spaces like walk-in closets, dressing rooms, and bathrooms.

Bestselling Mirrors with Lights

When it comes to picking out a lighted mirror, there is plenty of variety. with lights help make mundane grooming tasks much easier and add much-needed illumination to smaller spaces. Mirrors naturally reflect light, so adding lighting above or around one is one of the easiest ways to infuse bright illumination into a contemporary space. Additionally, many of the top-selling lighted mirrors offer dual functionality as , offering a discreet and stylish way to store everyday necessities. Bestselling mirrored medicine cabinets feature built-in long-life LEDs and are available in sizes ranging from small, 24-inch models to up to 48-inches.

Other bestselling mirrored bathroom lighting options offer a range of features that make spending time in the bathroom more enjoyable. Popular models feature built-in LED HDTVs that look like a standard mirror when the TV is powered off. Mirrored TVs are great for mounting over a bathtub for relaxing entertainment but also work well in spas and saunas for added ambiance. Common design features of lighted mirror/TV units include glare-resistant coatings, solid metal frame construction, and included mounting hardware. Size options are similar to those of standard televisions, so you can easily choose a TV/mirror combo that fits that size of your space.

In addition to lighted mirrors with integrated televisions, there are plenty of other high-tech features. Many of the best-selling lighted mirrors offer integrated MP3 support and Bluetooth capability, which makes it simple to listen to audio from a smart device. For spacious bathrooms that need even more illumination, can be added to emit an even more powerful glow. For those looking for extra storage space, are another great option.

Modern Lighted Mirror FAQs

Q: What's the Difference Between Backlit and Lighted Mirrors?

A: For backlit mirrors, the light source is mounted behind the mirror on the side that is flush with the wall, while a standard lighted mirror has its light source just below the surface of the mirror.

Q: Do Lighted Mirrors Provide Enough Light?

A: Modern lighted mirrors are available in a variety of lighting types and many support brighter 4000K or 5000K color temperature LEDs that adequately illuminate both large and small spaces.

Q: Are Backlit Mirrors Good for Makeup?

A: Backlit mirrors are ideal for applying makeup because they provide consistent lighting without the shadows that are typical with overhead lighting or spotlights.

Q: How do Backlit Mirrors Work?

A: Backlit mirrors function with lights placed evenly around the mirror, essentially shining light from the wall-side of the mirror.

Q: How Far Away from the Mirror should I Place Sconces?

A: In bathrooms, it is common to place sconces on either side of a vanity mirror. Generally, wall sconces should be installed about 4 inches from the mirror’s edge and between 60 and 65 inches from the floor. Installing sconces at eye level will help prevent shadows.