LED mirrors have become a staple in modern homes due to their sleek design and convenient features. However, they have come a long way since their invention.

The Early Days of Mirrors

Mirrors have been used for centuries by humans for both practical and decorative purposes. The earliest pieces of this furniture were made of polished stone or metal, and over time. However, as technology advanced, mirrors made of glass began to be produced.

The Invention of the LED

The invention of the LED (light-emitting diode) in 1962 revolutionized how people utilize light. LEDs are more energy-efficient. It can be longer lasting than traditional incandescent bulbs. Furthermore, they also give off less heat, which makes them a safer option.

The Rise of LED Mirrors

As LEDs became more popular, they began to be incorporated into everyday items like flashlights and car headlights. It wasnot long before LED technology was integrated into bathroom mirrors.

A LED bathroom mirror offer several advantages over traditional mirrors. They provide:

  • Ample lighting that makes applying makeup, shaving, or grooming easier.
  • Give a more natural-looking than the orange light emitted by incandescent bulbs.
  • It also last much longer than traditional bulbs and consume less power.

The Future of LED Mirrors

As technology continuously develops, we can expect even more innovative features to be incorporated into LED mirrors. For example, some of these now come with built-in Bluetooth speakers or touchscreen displays. As smart home technology continues to evolve, we may even see LED mirrors that can be controlled using voice commands or connected to other smart home devices.

Overall, LED mirrors have come a long way since their inception, with more and more homeowners opting for this modern alternative to traditional mirrors. To learn more about this furniture and why you should buy one, continue reading the infographic below, created and designed by Remer: