I’ve found some unusual bathroom vanity mirrors and accessories, although I must warn you that they’re not exactly cheap. If you can afford a few little bathroom luxuries, one that’s practical is the contemporary Reflection Mirror that comes with halogen lights IN the mirror, actually positioned along the sides, but still part of the viewing area, just off to the edge. Eight halogen lights are part of the mirror, like a flat screen monitor where you can look at yourself. It costs about $330 and isn’t very large, just 27 inches by 23 inches, so it can fit over a bathroom vanity quite nicely, even in an apartment or condo.
For art lovers, there’s a funky set of Monet, Gauguin and Picasso bathroom vanity mirrors that are standard size, about 24 inches by 36 inches, and you can just imagine what each looks like based on the artist’s style. They cost $150 each and are for sale online through Modern Bathroom.
A double towel bar may not seem like the most sexy bathroom fixture to talk about, but if you want to create something unique, try putting your own bars together using the pieces sold through Knobs Etc. Create ultra modern satin nickel or polished chrome towel bar sets that go with the theme you’ve chose.
Look for these manufacturers while shopping for unusual pieces: Emtek, Moen, Gatco, Rohl, Nameeks and best of all Ginger. Ginger has the best ultra modern brushed nickel double towel bar designs that are outrageously expensive but gorgeous. They start at about $200, but what’s great is that you can get all the bathroom accessories in the same style – be it brushed nickel or ultra polished chrome. Square contemporary sleek or rounded modular retro is what Ginger offers in bathroom lighting, fixtures, towel bars and even water delivery levers (which is what their faucets and taps are called). Ginger products are sold online through authorized dealers like Home Click and others.