The powder room has become an open invite to have a little fun. If enveloping the quaint quarters in a punchy wall covering or a dramatic tile isn’t appealing to a client, an expressive mirror may provide just the right dose of playfulness. The powder room mirror category, once filled with rudimentary forms and materials, has expanded with grace. American maker Oomph and artist Chris Wolston prioritize eccentric silhouettes over simple, angular frames, while others, such as Bunny Williams Home and The Lacquer Company, are rejuvenating familiar shapes with exciting color and material selections. Here, our recommendations for the best powder room mirrors on the market.
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