Instead of fighting the architecture, a suspended mirror goes with the flow.
We are coming to the end of my daughter’s master bath remodel and facing the slight dilemma of how to hang the mirrors. So when I came across this suspended mirror in a small bath, I thought it might be a good solution for her. In her bath, there is wainscot on the wall where the mirrors must go. In order to hang the mirrors at the correct height, we (meaning Mr. Shops) must account for the trim. I the way the owners of this home [top], with help from designer Antonio Martins, tossed aside the “rules” and did what was best for their space — to make the bathroom useful. With the wainscot, and an ornately trimmed window to conquer, Martins simply hung the mirror from the ceiling with chains. Underneath is a vessel sink nd high arc faucet mounted on an vintage side table. Used only as decoration, the antique carriage lanterns are a delightful touch. Shelves hold seldom used items and old family photographs. Kudos for remodeling an 1891 Victorian house and finding a way to keep its charm.
(Source: Antonio Martins Interior Design)
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