Choosing LED mirrors for bathroom spaces can seem straightforward at first, but it’s easy to get overwhelmed with choices when you start looking.
Mirrors used to be basic – you chose the size and the shape, and that was about it. Today, bathroom mirrors are equipped with things like dimmable lights and anti-fog technology.
Whether you’re a property manager, developer, or facilities director, the building you’re working on probably has a bathroom or two. The type of mirror you need for those bathrooms will be dependent on your specific project. Bathrooms in a restaurant, for example, would do fine with a run-of-the-mill LED mirror, while a bathroom at a luxury spa would be the perfect place for an LED mirror with all the bells and whistles.
Whatever your project might be, here’s a look at the different types of LED mirrors and the latest designs and features.
You can get LED mirrors for bathroom spaces equipped with any of the following features and more:
- Increased clarity
- Evenly distributed light to eliminate shadows
- Touch sensors can turn lights on and off, but most can also be connected to a wall switch
- Anti-fog technology eliminates the need to wipe off the mirror after a hot bath or shower
- Built-in cosmetic mirrors make applying make-up a breeze
- Waterproof mirrors and electrical wiring extends the life of bathroom LED mirrors
- Dimmable lights and adjustable color temperature control via touch-screen technology
- Built-in smart speaker
- Bluetooth connectivity and surround stereo for audio streaming and phone calls
- A smart digital display that shows time and temperature
- Energy-efficient designs help LED mirrors like this one last up to 50,000 hours (about 45 years)
- Magnetic storage
- USB and electrical outlets
- Automatic night lights
LED mirrors for bathroom spaces can be a focal point of the room and play an essential role in the design aesthetic. Rectangle mirrors are the most common in bathrooms, but round and oval mirrors are increasing in popularity. Other design elements like rounded corners on square and rectangle mirrors can also help with the design.
LED lights add another design element since they come in many different styles. Some LED mirrors are backlit, so you see the glow of the lights without exposing the lights themselves. Others have visible light bands framing the mirror or two light strips on either edge of the mirror. Most are frameless, but you can easily add a steel frame for an industrial look or a wooden frame for a farmhouse style. The design options are endless.
Superior Commercial Solutions Offers the Best in LED Mirrors
When it comes to LED mirrors for bathroom spaces, Superior Commercial Solutions offers the very best. Our expert team of designers will help create something perfectly unique, practical, and visually appealing for your commercial project. We also provide custom countertops, cabinets, sinks, faucets, and more to hotels, multifamily units, senior living facilities, apartment complexes, and other commercial buildings. We are located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and work on projects across the United States. See what Superior Commercial Solutions has to offer. Schedule your consultation today!