The Best Bathroom Mirrors of 2022

Our top pick is the Ebern Designs Mormont Frameless Wall Mirror

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The 7 Best Bathroom Mirrors of 2022

The Spruce / Chloe Jeong

A bathroom mirror is more than just an accent piece—it provides both form and function and pulls together the look of any powder room. We've spent hours researching and testing the top bathroom mirrors available online, evaluating ease of installation, size, shape, and overall value. 

Our best overall pick, the Ebern Designs Mormont Frameless Wall Mirror, is easy to mount and has a clean, minimalist look. 

Here are the best bathroom mirrors for every style and budget.

Our Top Picks

Best Budget: Wade Logan Mormont Frameless Wall Mirror

Ebern Designs Mormont Frameless Wall Mirror

Courtesy of Wayfair

Dimensions: 19.7 x 19.7-inches | Weight: 4.96 pounds | Shape: Square | Mount Type: Wall | Orientation: Vertical and horizontal

What We like
  • Comes in various sizes

  • Includes hanging hardware

  • Easy to customize

What We Don't Like
  • No protection from cracking

What do buyers say? 40+ Wayfair reviewers rated it 4 stars or above.

The Ebern Designs Mormont Mirror is our favorite bathroom mirror because its minimalist design looks expensive without breaking the bank. Its design would mesh with any decor style, and it’s available in three sizes—all of which are reasonably priced. This mirror comes with hanging hardware for quick and easy installation, but be careful not to chip the edges since there’s no protection from fractures and breaking.

Rather than having to find a mirror that matches your personal aesthetic, a frameless mirror gives you the flexibility to customize its appearance with chalk paint, decals, or accompanying wall decor. This mirror would be great in an apartment or dorm room because it’s not heavy and could easily be installed with removable hooks, rather than nails. While it may feel risky having a mirror with not outer protection from breakage, we think the Mormont Mirror is a great affordable option for anyone looking for a petite mirror that doesn’t detract from their bathroom’s aesthetic.

Best with Cabinet: Kohler Recessed Framed Medicine Cabinet


 Courtesy of Wayfair

Dimensions: 24.75 x 7.13 x 29.75-inches | Weight: 26 pounds | Shape: Rectangle | Mount Type: Wall | Orientation: Vertical

What We Like
  • Can be mounted or recessed into the wall

  • Adjustable hinges and shelves

  • Inside also has a mirror

  • Durable

What We Don't Like
  • Only one size

In search of an all-in-one medicine cabinet and mirror? Look no further than this fan-favorite model from Kohler. The framed medicine cabinet can either be mounted normally or recessed into the wall for a more streamlined look. 

Kohler's medicine cabinet measures 26 x 20 x 5.25 inches and features two-way adjustable hinges as well as two adjustable inner shelves. It has an ornate silver aluminum frame that’s right at home in traditional or contemporary bathrooms, and the inside of the unit has a mirror finish, as well. This mirror is both beautiful on the outside and spacious on the inside—plus, the high-quality build means it'll hold up well for years.

Best Farmhouse: Laurel Foundry Abraham Bathroom Wall Mirror


 Courtesy of Wayfair

Dimensions: 36.5 x 54 x 1.25-inches | Weight: 41 pounds | Shape: Rectangle | Mount Type: Wall | Orientation: Horizontal

What We Like
  • Comes in various sizes and finishes

  • Horizontal orientation

  • Includes hanging hardware

What We Don't Like
  • Difficult installation

Farmhouse and modern farmhouse styles are both incredibly popular as of late, and the Laurel Foundry Abraham Bathroom Wall Mirror has a distinct rustic appearance that suits both. The mirror has a horizontal orientation and it comes in several size options which start at 30.5 x 54 inches. 

The Laurel Foundry mirror suits farmhouse-styled powder rooms with a unique rail-mounting system (it resembles the mount for a sliding barn door). The mirror hangs down off of a black metal rail and you can choose from a range of frame finishes, including options like weathered white and brown barn wood.

Best Traditional: Kate and Laurel Whitley Framed Wall Mirror

Kate and Laurel Whitley Classic Decorative Framed Beveled Wall Mirror

Courtesy of Amazon

Dimensions: 23.5 x 29.5-inches | Weight: 12.79 pounds | Shape: Rectangle | Mount Type: Wall | Orientation: Vertical

What We Like
  • Comes in various sizes and finishes

  • Can be hung horizontally or vertically

  • Affordable

What We Don't Like
  • Frame isn't durable

If you're on the hunt for a mirror with a classic, timeless design, consider the Kate and Laurel Whitley Framed Mirror. It comes in three sizes—23.5 x 29.5 inches, 27.5 x 33.5 inches, and 29.5 x 41.5 inches—as well as various color options including bronze, white, and black. The mirror also features an elegant beveled edge and wide decorative frame that will never go out of style.

The mirror was designed to be hung horizontally or vertically, so you can choose whichever setup best compliments your bathroom layout. This mirror looks much more expensive than it is, making it a quick and budget-friendly way to upgrade any lackluster bathroom.

Best Modern: Anthropologie Titus Mirror

Titus Mirror

 Courtesy of Anthropologie

Dimensions: 36 x 24-inches | Weight: Not listed | Shape: Rectangle | Mount Type: Wall | Orientation: Vertical

What We Like
  • Includes a shelf

  • Durable

  • Easy to clean

What We Don't Like
  • Doesn't include hanging hardware

Add visual interest and dimension to your bathroom with the Titus Mirror, a sleek, modern option that features a small shelf for your toiletries. The mirror measures 36 x 24 inches and it’s made of mirrored glass surrounded by hand-painted black iron. It sticks out 5 inches from the wall, giving you just enough room to store a few beauty products or display a knickknack or two. While the sleek black iron is undeniably modern, it wouldn't stick out in an industrial-styled bathroom either.

If you want to give your bathroom a high-end modern vibe, pair this mirror with a vessel sink that features clean lines. A rectangular or circular sink is sure to bump up the contemporary feel of your space.

Best Glam: Pottery Barn Stella Scrolled-Edge Fixed Mirror

Stella Fixed Mirror

 Courtesy of Pottery Barn

Dimensions: 22 x 36 x 1-inches | Weight: 20 pounds | Shape: Not listed | Mount Type: Wall | Orientation: Vertical

What We Like
  • Durable

  • Ideal for bathroom vanities

  • Includes hanging hardware

What We Don't Like
  • Expensive

Compliments will start rolling in as soon as you install an eye-catching Stella Scrolled-Edge Mirror in your home. The uniquely shaped mirror has an ornate, glam design that’s ideal for bathroom and vanity setups alike. The mirror is available in a lovely brass finishs, and the scrolled-edge cast-aluminum frame is sturdy and durable. 

The Stella Mirror measures 36 x 22 inches, and it sticks out 1 inch from the wall. The antique mirror would look especially stunning over a luxe marble-top vanity. If you have a double vanity, you can also mount two of them side by side for a stylish geometric display.

Best Smart: MTD Vanities Encore BLU102 Bathroom Mirror with Bluetooth Speakers

Bluetooth Speaker Mirror

 Home Depot

Dimensions: 48 x 27-inches | Weight: 40 pounds | Shape: Rectangle | Mount Type: Wall | Orientation: Horizontal

What We Like
  • Bluetooth compatible

  • Built-in LED lighting

  • Includes a clock display

What We Don't Like
  • Must be hardwired into the wall

If you like jamming out while you get ready in the morning, the MTD Vanities Encore BLU102 is the perfect option for your bathroom. This smart mirror is equipped with Bluetooth-enabled audio speakers, and there are touch-activated buttons on the mirror surface that allow you to adjust the volume, switch songs, and more. It even features a temperature readings and a clock on it's display, too.

The mirror measures 36 x 27 inches, and it has a sleek, streamlined design with a frosted border that lights up via LEDs, allowing for easier makeup application and other detail-oriented tasks. Just keep in mind that the mirror needs to be hardwired into the wall as it serves as a light fixture, too—not just a mirror. While it's certainly expensive, its elegant design makes it a great addition to contemporary powder rooms and it pulls triple duty, doing the job of a mirror, light, and Bluetooth speaker.

What to Look for in a Bathroom Mirror


You should choose a size that's complementary to your vanity: not too small that it looks awkward, but not too big that it takes over the wall. The size of your bathroom is important too—again, you don't want something that's too bulky and overwhelming, especially if your bathroom is small. On the other hand, mirrors make a room look larger, and too small a mirror won't be helpful if you need it as you get ready in the morning.


The two most common mirror shapes are rectangular and circular, and your choice will really come down to personal preference. Round mirrors are a bit softer and tend to look more stylish, while angular mirrors create a sleek, modern feel. If you have double vanities, you can either use one long rectangular mirror to create the illusion of more space or install two identical mirrors side by side to create distinct zones for each sink.


If you're short on space in your bathroom, you should look for a mirror with storage, whether that's located behind the mirror or, in a more modern interpretation, actually on or around the mirror. Medicine cabinets abound and many are actually quite stylish, while mirrors with shelves are growing in popularity to keep your favorite products close at hand.

  • How do you hang mirrors on a wall?

    To hang a mirror, first, you’ll want to inspect the back. Does it have one hook? Two hooks? A bracket? A wire? This will help determine what kind of hardware you’ll need. Because of the weight, most mirrors require nails to hang them safely and properly. However, some strong adhesive hooks may also work, as long as they’re suited to how heavy the mirror is. Once you know what kind of hardware you’re using, you’ll want to mark out where you want the mirror to hang on your wall, and measure the back to make sure the nails or hook are in the right place. Use a level to ensure the mirror is straight once hung. 

  • How do you arrange circle mirrors on a wall?

    Circle mirrors can be arranged by themselves, or as a group. Think of them as a gallery wall, use an odd number and create a cluster of different sizes to make a real statement. Try to use mirrors with the same frame style for a cohesive look. 

  • How do you remove glued mirrors from a wall?

    To remove glued mirrors from a wall, you first want to ensure you have the proper safety tools and equipment. Glass is extremely fragile, so use goggles and gloves to keep from injury in case it breaks. Lay a drop cloth on the floor as well. Start by covering the mirror in heavy-duty packing tape to reduce its likelihood of shattering. Then, use a shimmy or crowbar to gently pry the mirror off the wall, starting from any gap. 

Why Trust The Spruce?

This article was written by Camryn Rabideau, a freelance writer who has been contributing to The Spruce since 2017. An expert in all things home, she's covered everything from furniture to appliances. To make this list, she considered each pick's size, shape, and function. Additional reporting was done by Mackenzie Dunn, a lifestyle writer and editor whose work has appeared in Good Housekeeping, Woman's Day, HelloGiggles, Real Simple, MyDomaine, and more.

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