Getting started in the morning is bad enough for most people, but it's a lot worse if you can't see what you really look like in your bathroom mirror.
Without a mirror with segments that angle to show the sides and rear of your head, you run the risk of leaving for work looking like flamboyant boxing promoter Don King, without the supernatural explanation that King has for his shock of hair.
The bathroom pictured above had a flat mirror flanked by two cabinets similar to kitchen cabinets before it was redone.
First to go were the clunky cabinets: They blocked light and were generally out of scale with the relatively small room. Next to go was the mirror, followed by a paint job. The room hadn't been painted in years.
The units shown were standard mirror-door medicine cabinets, obtained from a second-hand store. Most thrift shops have them for sale for a few dollars each. Look in the housewares area or ask a clerk.