If you are looking for a high-quality bathroom mirror from a renowned brand manufacturer, you are in the right place at Reuter. We offer bathroom mirrors in more than 2,000 designs so there is something to suit every room situation and taste. To make this choice easier for you, we've put together this guide. You'll be able to work out which mirror you need for your bathroom or guest toilet.
What Size do I Need?
In general, anyone can mount a mirror above the washbasin. However, there are certain things to consider:
- don't choose a bathroom mirror that is too small
- the mirror should not be much wider than the washbasin
- the top edge should be around two metres from the floor
- a mirror height of 80 to 90 cm is ideal
Small bathroom mirrors have different disadvantages. The smaller the mirror, the smaller the visible section. This is not exactly ideal for styling. Larger mirrors also make small rooms appear bigger.
For visual reasons, bathroom mirrors should not be much wider than the washbasin. For small hand washbasins in guest toilets, choose a narrow, taller mirror. For people of average height, the top edge should be around two metres from the floor or slightly higher.
An 80 to 90 cm high bathroom mirror will be suitable for most people. This means that the mirror should be hung 1.10 to 1.20 metres high.
If you are taller than two metres or on the shorter side, you should of course hang your bathroom mirror higher or lower to suit your height. For wheelchair users and other people who need to sit at the washbasin, different measurements apply.
You can easily filter the bathroom mirrors in our store by height and width. This allows you to find the exact size you need. These mirrors are not made-to-measure but are just as suitable.