This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Howard Elliott. All opinions are always my own.
Behold: a major sneak peek of the finished master bathroom!
I had grand plans of keeping the end results a secret until I could share the full reveal. Obviously that didn’t quite go according to plan, ha! I couldn’t talk about mirrors without showing you the most perfect one, so here we are.
When planning out the master bathroom reno, I had a “luxury boutique hotel” concept in mind, and who better to make my design dreams come true than Howard Elliott? The company has been revolutionizing the hospitality industry since 2001.
Mirrors are sometimes an afterthought in a bathroom renovation. Most people are far too preoccupied with vanities and tubs and tile – big-ticket items.
But what a shame!
A new mirror can be a high-impact, low-effort way to update a bathroom. Even something super simple and basic is better than a builder-grade, wall-to-wall mirror. But beyond basic, there’s a whole world of design-forward possibilities – and today I’ve partnered with Howard Elliott to show you a couple of my favorites!
But this isn’t your typical mirror roundup, oh no. You won’t see a single round, brass mirror in this roundup.
I love the round, brass trend – really, I do! I totally understand its appeal; in fact, I have quite a collection of round, brass mirrors myself and have installed them over the fireplace mantle, in bathrooms, foyers, nurseries and bedrooms.
I’ve even snuck one into our latest remodel!
But you know how you see something over and over (and over), and it becomes mundane and uninteresting? That’s how I feel about about round, brass mirrors. This trend has been around since 2015, and frankly, I’m eager for something new and fresh.
So I’m encouraging you to think outside the box by sharing some of my favorite alternatives to the round, brass mirror. Take a look, and let me know which of these you picture in your own home – and where!
Number 1, of course, is what we used in the master bathroom reno. We had Number 3 installed in our guest bathroom at the bungalow. Number 12 hung in our dining room; it’s the one I DIY’ed with a stencil – remember? Numbers 9 and 14 are two that I considered for our latest guest bathroom reno.
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