Mirrors with Integrated Lights Create Minimalist Bathrooms with Maximum Impact

Finding the right lighting fixture for the bathroom can be frustrating at times.
Consider looking at mirrors with integrated lighting.  The placement of the lights
provide great illumination for the face.  Back-lit mirrors can add drama or serve as a night light.
And, if you remodel later you can reuse the mirror and incorporate it into your next design theme.

Many of the mirrors use energy conserving fluorescent bulbs that will last for 20,000 hours.


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0 Replies to “Mirrors with Integrated Lights Create Minimalist Bathrooms with Maximum Impact”

  1. Electric mirror company has great mirrors, but you only get a deal on them if you are a large companay. I called about the price of two mirrors and the want 2,000.00 each, when I can find similar mirrors on line for 200.00 I guess they don’t want to do business with us small guys.

  2. Hey Rik,
    Where did yu find similar mirrors? I see the ones from china – but their quality looks questionable and their design appears inferior (typically just the two lights down the side), any help would be much appreciated!!! Thank you!! Anthony

  3. I looked into the Sen mirror from Seura and it was over $1200. The least expensive mirror I’ve found has been #85A on the showroom of Bath & Beyond in San Francisco.
    Any other sources of reasonably priced mirrors with integrated lighting would be most appreciated.

  4. There is a company called AAMSCO lighting….My wife recently became interested in remodeling our bathroom, so we had been looking around for backlit mirrors… We really like their designs, they are very elegant… check them out… http://www.aamsco.com

  5. Can anyone direct me to the manufacturer of the shown bottom right mirror? That is exactly what I am looking for!

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