Welcome to our gallery of fantastic and elegant bathrooms, each with at least two mirrors!
Mirrors play an important part in any room, including reflecting light to make a dark room lighter, or a small room feel larger. Of course, they also have practical uses, like a mirror in the foyer to quick check your outfit and hair before leaving for the night.
In bathrooms, mirrors are a must-have. Every bathroom has at least one, although the rule is that there is one mirror per vanity. For example, in the room above, there are two massive seamless mirrors–one above each sizable vanity. In addition, there is a more ornate mirror hanging above the soaking tub at the rear of the room.
The sheer size of these mirrors reflect light from the small pot lights into even the dark corners behind the two elegant columns on either rear corner of the soaking tub enclosure.
Mirrors are both a decorative element, and a practical one, and they come in as many styles as you could want. See, for example, the two different types of mirrors in the featured bathroom above. While the vanity mirrors are simple and seamless, using a decorative chair railing as a bottom frame.
In contrast, the mirror above the bathtub is incredibly ornate, in an antique nickel frame. From this view, the chandelier is reflected in the mirror, making it appear as though there is a second chandelier above the soaking tub.
Other bathrooms in this collection feature mirrors only as necessities. Look for the bathroom with the stunning view that hangs the needed mirrors from the ceiling.
Also keep an eye out for the use of circular mirrors or octagonal mirrors. The shape chosen is often deliberate, and one style may not have suited the design scheme as well as another.
We hope you’ll find these double-mirrored bathrooms as inspiring as we do!
Please enjoy the following gallery.
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Dark wood is abundant in this modern bathroom. A large jacuzzi tub in the left corner is the focal point of the room. Dual vessel sinks share the same vanity, but the mirrors above each are visually separated by a floor-to-ceiling tile panel. The stainless steel towel rack ensures plenty of storage for towels.
While similar to the above bathroom in color pallet and in materials, certain aspects of this modern bathroom give it a different cast. For example, the free-standing soaking tub gives the space a more minimalist feel than the large, enclosed jacuzzi tub of the previous room.
This incredible glass-wrapped bathroom uses the magnificent view as all the decoration it needs. Twin narrow mirrors are hung from the ceiling as a necessity, to avoid blocking the wonderful view.
See more of this home here. Designed by McClean Design.
A rustic bathroom with a reclaimed barn door that leads directly outside of the home. This space is perfect for those with an active outdoor lifestyle. Simple framed mirrors in different sizes hang above each of the two shallow sinks.
See more of this home here. Designed by SHED Architecture.
This incredibly luxurious white marble bathroom uses the simple shape and rimless design of the mirrors to highlight the simple elegance of the extensive white marble.
See more of this home here. Designed by Webb & Brown Neaves.
A more contemporary primary bathroom with a large dual-sink vanity with chromed mirrors. The bathroom continues around the corner as a low-profile wood-enclosed soaking tub and a glass-enclosed shower in the corner. A series of photographs along the far wall are in a light sepia, which complements the dark wood and light beige.
See more of this home here. Designed by The Ranch Mine.
Subway tile is a classic element that adds style and class to any style of bathroom. In this one, it contrasts with the smaller square tiles of the floor. Tiling the majority of a bathroom also has a practical side; it prevents mold, mildew, and other water damage to the walls.
See more of this home here. Designed by Stephane Chamard.
A trio of small pendant lights cast soft light into the pair of ornate gilded mirrors above the modern vessel sinks with chromed faucets. The mixture of traditional and modern is striking and utterly luxurious. Added accents like the floral arrangement between the sinks and flameless candles by the tub take this space to the next level.
See more of this home here. Designed by DKOR Interiors.
This two-mirror bathroom connects both enormous seamless mirrors in the corner above two traditionally styled sinks. Light from the windows is reflected throughout the room.
See more of this home here. Designed by Kerrie Kelly Design Lab.
The large mirror above the distressed rustic-chic vanity is built into the ornate frame that reaches to the ceiling. To the left is an angled makeup table with a framed, inset mirror, along with a smaller makeup mirror with magnification.
See more of this home here. Designed by Miller + Miller Real Estate.
Subdued blues and grays are matched with pristine white floors and countertops for a relaxing, subtle space that’s easy on the eyes. The free-standing soaking tub and built-in wooden shades add to the contemporary class. Open shelving separates the two mirror-fronted medicine cabinets atop each sink.
See more of this home here. Designed by Canny.
This bathroom’s rich dark wood vanity extends from the wall and features ultra-deep cabinets for plenty of storage. The bathroom boasts three mirrors: one above each sink, with a third above the center makeup vanity between.
See more of this home here. Designed by Jane Lockhart Interior Design.
Rich stone and tile work in this beautiful bathroom create a stunning backdrop for the two framed mirrors above the expansive vanity. Shallow vessel sinks add a touch of modernity.
See more of this home here. Designed by Jaffa Group.
A simple yet elegant wood vanity with a rich wood grain matched with white marble countertops. A wide panel of wood plays host to three light fixtures and two lengthy mirrors. The smooth curvature of each vessel sink adds to the contemporary charm of the space.
See more of this home here. Designed by Vertex Project Management.
This pure white bathroom features two large mirrors on either side of the double doors, each framed by two narrower mirrors. The effect is stunning and incredibly elegant.
See more of this home here. Designed by Ellen Grasso & Sons.
Contemporary multi-tonal tile floors are paired with rustic wooden walls. Country-style sinks and mirrored medicine cabinets create a fully functional and stylish primary bathroom.
See more of this home here. Designed by John Kraemer & Sons.
This incredible bathroom features a shower enclosure made to feel as though it were an outdoor shower. Through two large seamless windows we can see lengthy mirrors on both sides of the main bathroom.
Source: Zillow DigsTM
The mixture of sage green wallpaper and billowy, elegant curtains in a pale peach is an interesting combination for certain. Dual octagonal mirrors even have mirrored frames, which allows them to nearly blend into the walls themselves.
This beautiful tile and wood bathroom features an enclosed fireplace above the gorgeously deep soaking tub. The vessel sinks rest on a translucent glass counter. Beneath the glass are stones backlit by a bright blue light.
This enormous primary bathroom features an entire wall of vanities with plenty of storage for every bit of product imaginable. Mirrors top each individual vanity.
Source: Zillow DigsTM
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