A good bathroom mirror, plenty of storage, and adequate lighting are paramount to an efficient bathroom. Lack just one of these things, and getting ready in the morning becomes a hassle. One pet peeve we have—likely brought about by years of small rental bathrooms—is a tiny bathroom mirror, one where you have to stand on your tippy toes or bend over a bit to properly see yourself. Do you agree?
A large bathroom mirror can make all the difference when getting ready in the morning. And bonus: It'll make your space feel bigger. Convinced? We rounded up our favorite large bathroom mirrors—for all size bathrooms and budgets—so you can overhaul your morning routine and get ready with ease.
A simple hanging mirror with an elegant twist, this piece is by New York City–based studio Egg Collective. Consider it an instant classic.
Give your bathroom a contemporary coastal twist with this rattan-and-brass mirror by Serena & Lily.
For a unique twist on the popular round brass mirror, try Gio Ponti's 1925 classic featuring a crown-like detailing on top.
Want to make a more traditional statement in a historic townhouse or country home? This mirror is exactly what you need.
The cream of the crop of mirrors, this large wavy brass mirror is playful and unique. A true vestige of midcentury Italian design.
We love Blu Dot for its affordable, minimalistic designs. This simple mirror with a single solid walnut peg is no exception.
Want a medicine cabinet with plenty of storage space that also looks great? Look no further than Restoration Hardware and its collection of chic storage mirrors.
For a simple, large round mirror, we turn to Rejuvenation, which offers this piece in three sizes and finishes, from brass to bronze and nickel.
One of our all-time favorite mirrors is the iconic F.A. 33 by Gio Ponti. Give your space an elegant art décor edge circa 1933.
Part nautical and part modern, this brass mirror with simple, rounded corners reminds us of a chic boat cabin, and it's one of our favorites.
Part acrylic, part nickel, this mirror by Williams Sonoma is a retro take on the round mirror—dare we say it feels a little '80s?
If you love the Gio Ponti F.A. 33 as much as we do but don't want to fork out thousands of dollars, may we recommend CB2's version?