Mirror Cabinets

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Mirror Cabinets 

The mirror cabinet is the "multitasker" of the bathroom by skilfully combining several functions. Compared to the bathroom mirror, the mirror cabinet creates extra storage space so that you have everything you need to hand in the best possible place. LED lighting provides a welcome source of extra light for make-up and shaving. In this regard, several types of lighting are available that mimic daylight or adopt warm tones for a cosier ambience. The bathroom cabinet also includes electrical outlets for recharging the electric toothbrush, razor, hairdryer and so on. Options such as Bluetooth are also available on certain models. Besides, it is a decorative piece of furniture adored by designers who strive to combine functionality and style. >> Learn more about it

OUR TOP MANUFACTURERS FOR Mirror Cabinets

    • Burgbad
    • Duravit
    • EMCO
    • Geberit
    • KEUCO
    • Villeroy & Boch

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Choose a mirror cabinet that suits your style

You don’t have to settle for a cheap cabinet that doesn’t match your design scheme. Some stores sell elegant, modern units from brands that offer considerable discounts when you buy on the internet. Search around and you won’t be disappointed. For example, try the manufacturers Villeroy & Boch, Duravit, Ideal Standard and Keuco as a starting point; most makers in this level produce a mirror cabinet with LED lighting, making it much clearer to see. Villeroy & Boch produce the Frame to Frame range of sleek, spacious mirror cabinets. The Villeroy & Boch My View series has double doors and trendy strip lights. Take a look at Duravit for something functional, such as the Duravit Happy range with sensor-operated lights, a reflective rear wall inside and a wooden veneer. Keuco is known for multi-panel units with plenty of room and try Keuco Royal Metropol for wide units with fluorescent lights and crystal glass. Look into Keramag for a minimal approach. Keramag’s Renova range has thin light strips that will complement a contemporary bathroom. You can find similar with Alape; in particular look at Alape A Form for a very sleek, futuristic black unit. Ideal Standard’s Strada collection is popular for soft-closing, seamless doors that suit a minimalist room. Ideal Standard also has DEA for cute, curvy cabinets that break the traditional mould. Finally, try Aquaris Theresa for a cabinet that also has open display shelves. These are among several modern brands that balance affordability and design. With a little research and planning, you’ll soon have the cabinet that perfects your bathroom space.