What do you do when you want to center your bathroom sink on your vanity but there is a window to one side or the other throwing things off?
You could cover the window with drywall or remove the casing and hang an extra-large mirror in front of it. But what if you want to keep the window operable?
Solution: Sliding hardware.
Sliding door hardware, also known as barn door hardware, will allow you to position the mirror where you want it and provide access to the window.
In almost every case there is a toilet beside the vanity which provides ample wall space for sliding a mirror.
Another added bonus is the ability to have privacy without needing window treatments. This type of hardware can hold a lot of weight so this solution will work great for large window areas, too.
Since this example is pretty simple I’ve added a couple of fun inspiration pictures to get the creative process started.
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