Which is the fairest of them all? Find the perfect mirror for your bathroom from our top 10
1 For bathrooms with no natural daylight
No window in your bathroom? No problem. An illuminated mirror will not only make it easier to apply all the right make up to all the right places, it will also bring a soft accent light to an otherwise light-starved space. Our favourite?
The Ponti, which will suit both contemporary and period bathrooms.
2 For bathrooms with no display space
If you’ve been spoilt with some posh bubble bath or perfume, don’t hide it away. Instead, choose a mirror with built-in display space, such as the Bryce, which has handy on-show shelves. Just keep the cleaning products and toothpaste off it.
3 For bathrooms with no storage
For storage-starved neat freaks who dream of a tidy spa bathroom but face the daily reality of one filled with mounds of bottles, bath toys and bath bombs, pick a mirrored cabinet and hide it all away for good.
Our favourite? The roomy Herrera, which is illuminated, too.
4 For bathrooms with condensation problems
Can’t see yourself in the mirror for the steam? Get one that’s specifically designed for high condensation bathrooms. This Wilkins mirror reduces the build-up of surface vapour in the steamiest of suites – and it looks good on the wall, too.
5 For bathrooms with awkward proportions
Looking for a mirror you can adapt to your space? This Devey mirror comes in nine separate tiles, so you can shape it to suit your space. Clever, no?
6 For bathrooms that need a touch of glamour
Bathroom run of the mill? Cloakroom duller than a pair of supermarket slippers? Shower room letting the side down? Glitz it up with this sparkly little mosaic number. The Juvarra looks good in a bedroom, too.
7 For bathrooms with industrial pretensions
If your bathroom’s more trend-conscious than Harry Styles, snap up the sleek, minimalist Rogers mirror. With its slender frosted frame and smooth curves, it’ll fit right into an urban loft – but looks fab in a suburban semi, too.
8 For bathrooms with country looks
Want to finish off a bathroom with a rustic appeal? This Verity mirror has an unusual light grey finish, but we think the best thing about it is the crafted tulipwood frame with its painted finish.
9 For bathrooms with architectural angles
Inspired by a city skyline, this Austin mirror will give your bathroom a truly contemporary edge. As good looking as the Shard, if you ask us.
10 For bathrooms on low budgets
Looking to make the maximum impact for minimum outlay? This Nash mirror is a light-enhancing 900 x 450mm but, at £59, it will only stretch your space, not your budget. It’s rather handsome, too.