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Why You Should Think Twice Before Installing A Large
Bathroom Vanity
A full-wall frameless mirror placed directly behind your vanity sink may look great in pictures, but it also presents you with major cleanliness and maintenance issues.
Any water or toothpaste that doesn't make it into the sink will splash onto the surface, causing smudges across the mirror that could be hard or inconvenient to wash off.
These mirrors don't have a frame and are more likely to chip. Installing proper lighting is also difficult, as these mirrors typically cover the entire surface of the wall.
This could make them much more difficult to use and could create a dark atmosphere in your bathroom.