With a recent breakthrough in LED technology, it’s starting to become the most commonly used light source. Quite often you can find it at home, in the back yard, in the furniture, or even used to put accents on some details in the interior… And have you ever wondered, what it would be like to have a backlit mirror?

It became quite common to refuse a bra fixture hanging over your mirror, and use a backlight instead. Before, for that purpose fluorescent lamps were used. Main disadvantage of such lamps were thicker mirrors (up to 10 cm), and higher energy consumption. With modern LED technology mirrors can be as thin as 2-3 cm, which makes it much more attractive, and you can also enjoy the benefits of high energy efficiency (up to 80% compared to incandescent lamps).

Speaking about bathroom mirrors it’s just natural, that we worry about the clear view, that’s why it’s good to pay attention to the quality of light. It becomes very important to concentrate the light where you need it the most – the mirror itself. You can have that with the backlight.

For the bathroom mirrors it’s also important to have an anti fog function. Who likes to see their reflection blurred after a nice hot shower?

And you shouldn’t forget that a mirror must be not only functional, but also classy, decorated with ornaments, and even lit with different vibrant colors.