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3 Tips For Choosing Your Bathroom Mirrors
Selecting a bathroom mirror seems simple enough. Just make sure the glass isn�t chipped, shipping is included and you�re set, right? Wrong. With as many opportunities out there to be stylish -from subtle to bold patterns- choosing the mirror that will complete your bathroom d�cor should be thought out. The process can even be a bit self-identifying. Here are 3 things to consider when choosing your bathroom mirror.
1. Check your schedule.
One of the best ways to make sure you get what you want is to think about how much time you have to devote to the upkeep of your home. Let�s face it. It�s much simpler to clean a mirror without a frame than it is to regularly polish a luxurious metal. Are you an executive at the office 50 hours out of the week? Are you a full-time student living in temporary conditions? Perhaps you are a stay-at-home mom. Choose your mirror wisely as the wrong style could be the difference between a daily or weekly chore.
2. Identify your personal style.
Your favorite color is blue because it�s tranquil like your mood. Your favorite artist is Picasso because it represents your abstract way of thinking.
Choosing a bathroom mirror, or any other home accessory, is the expression of your personal image. It�s what everyone sees when they come over for an informal housewarming party or an intimate dinner. In any case, the bathroom is an important room to showcase to your guests. The rest of your home�s decor, the fabrics you wear, even the car that you drive will give you clues as to what style is unique to you.
3. Keep within your budget.
As much as we like to think spending a lot of money on material items makes for a quality product, such an idealistic view can get us into financial trouble. In reality, deciding on a budget and sticking to it often reaps the best results in the world of consumerism. Go through your bank statements, factor in living costs and see where you end up. Planning a budget can mean the difference between a night out on the town or bologna sandwiches (Ok, so maybe that�s a bit extreme but, you get the picture. Don�t overspend).
Modern Bathroom offers mirrorsranging from the mid-$100�s to mid-$200�s with a 110% guarantee designed to beat the competitor�s price and knock off an extra 10% of their own low price.
If you�re about to renovate your bathroom and want to make it more modern, you need to know what styles are available and which designs will fit together to transform your outdated bathroom into a modern work of art.
For more information, visit http://www.modernbathroom.com
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