Now, note the location of each window on the adjacent wall, if any. Make sure that mirror is large enough to reflect the window, but do not go on the edge of the vanity since it can greatly increase the amount of natural light in the bathroom. If you have the option of choosing a mirror that reflects the size of the window, it can have a significant impact on the feeling of your space.
The first thing to consider is determining whether or not you want the gap between the upper mirror and lights. To avoid water spots, consider the mirror size and make sure that it is placed about six inch above the vanity; however, it depends on personal preference. This measurement options just give ideas for you.
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