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About the Mirror Report

The Mirror Trend Report explores a wide range of innovations, from bathroom mirror cabinets and shower mirrors to the more glamorous mirror lights and mosaic mirrors. These reflective products remain in high demand, as many individuals are looking for ways to measure beauty on a daily basis. The Mirror Trend Report will offer cutting edge insight into changes and shifting consumer patterns, which will allow companies to understand the competitive landscape.

Who It's For

Whether you design home deco mirrors, full length mirrors or overmantle mirrors, our market research will provide designers in the industry with a multitude of fresh reflector ideas perfect for home furnishing.

The home decorating industry is constantly changing, and the Mirror Trend Report offers an expansive look at the various designs gaining attention in this field.

The Mirror Trend Report, last published on Jul 28, 2015, includes 82 PRO Trends and 410 examples of mirror market research and mirror consumer trends related to: bathroom, furniture, design, home decorating, kitchen and mirror trends.

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Methodology

Our mirror research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced mirror articles and 2,429,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 82 Mirror PRO Trends = 82 Powerpoint Pages Mirror PPT Report
• 410 Mirror Examples

Online Extras With Full Subscription

• 57 Mirror Videos (Online) Mirror Videos
• 2,460 Mirror Images (Online) Mirror Images
• Additional Niche Reports (with a full subscription): Art Deco, Art, Bed, Museum, Contemporary Art, Storage, Fantasy, Lighting, Mirror, Tattoos, Paint, Street Art, Photo Editing, Business Card, Sculpture, Sofa, Paper, Chair, Restaurant, Flowers, Bath, Dining, Digital Art, Lamp, Graffiti, Bookshelf, Lawn Furniture, Jack-O-Lantern, Candle, Sink and more!



Sample Mirror Pro Trends

Each Mirror PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online mirror articles, videos and images. Examples:

Media-Literate Marketing Brands relate to consumers by referencing a pervasive digital culture Implications - Whether playfully referencing selfie culture or advocating for periods of digital detox, brands are increasingly referencing the pervasiveness of web culture in television advertising spots. This strategy reflects back to consumers what is important to them in the evolving digital world, such as finding a place and purpose in the participatory culture of social networking.
Media-Literate Marketing
Brands relate to consumers by referencing a pervasive digital culture
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Diagnostic Skincare Consumers begin backing up their skincare routine with hard data Implications - The spheres of beauty and technology have collided in recent years, resulting in cosmetic and skincare solutions that are hi-tech in nature. Consumers are now opting for gadgets and apps that are able to collect and analyze information on everything from their skin type to the products they use. This diagnostic approach to skincare suggests that consumers -- especially those who are wary of chemical consumption or have complex, sensitive skin -- are looking to personalize and tailor their beauty routines to achieve optimal health.
Diagnostic Skincare
Consumers begin backing up their skincare routine with hard data
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Connected Dentistry New oral care concepts adopt high tech elements for tech-savvy consumers Implications - New dentistry products are incorporating high tech features that deliver the best of healthcare with a futuristic, connected appeal. This direction in oral care fits in well with young, contemporary consumers who prefer smart devices that they find not only intuitive, but also essential to everyday tasks.
Connected Dentistry
New oral care concepts adopt high tech elements for tech-savvy consumers
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Adapted Education Training specified to one demographic acknowledges different needs and styles Implications - After years of discussion surrounding the different teaching needs of varied studients, the education industry is branching out into specific training adapted to the needs of a particular group. Whether categorized by income, age, ethnicity, or interest, these courses speak to not just acceptance, but accommodation of differences in the changing landscape of the population.
Adapted Education
Training specified to one demographic acknowledges different needs and styles
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Connected Vanity Industrial spaces incorporate digitally optimized mirrors for user appeal Implications - Mirrors have been optimized for digital use in a variety of public spaces, ranging from retail locations to gyms. These next-generation mirrors present a benefit that is two-fold: they play upon consumers' narcissistic tendencies, while simultaneously offering a form of interactivity and connectivity that's now demanded in both public settings and personal devices.
Connected Vanity
Industrial spaces incorporate digitally optimized mirrors for user appeal
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Targeted Youth Kids clothing gets the customized treatment with specifically targeted labels Implications - No longer a sub category of mainstream labels, children's fashion is growing in momentum with brands solely targeting that demographic. Highlighting youth culture and a more mature style preference, these brands are recognizing the desire, particularly among parents, to cater youths with more sophisticated and tailored products. The shift toward more customized children's products reflects a desire to provide kids with not just basic necessities, but goods that promote a more cultured lifestyle.
Targeted Youth
Kids clothing gets the customized treatment with specifically targeted labels
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Salon Minimalism Beauty parlor designs boast a subdued approach to grooming Implications - Beauty parlors are boasting a minimalist design aesthetic that delivers grooming services in a frank, bare bones manner. Diverging from the idea that self care is an excessive practice, this highlights the idea of aesthetic self preservation as a necessity. By breaking down decor to its essence, these interior spaces are also delivering on rising consumer interest in transparency in numerous business and retail sectors.
Salon Minimalism
Beauty parlor designs boast a subdued approach to grooming
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Streamlined Skincare Consumers turn to hi-tech skincare solutions to protect against the sun Implications - The current fixation on health and wellness is not limited to diet and exercise. The harmful effects of sun exposure on skin and overall health has become a top-of-mind concern for consumers, who have turned to hi-tech solutions to battle the UV rays. Simply applying sunscreen will no longer cut it as consumers become hyper-conscious of their safety, and turn to technology not only for its assurance, but also for peace of mind.
Streamlined Skincare
Consumers turn to hi-tech skincare solutions to protect against the sun
7 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 76 more Mirror PRO Trends and 410 examples!



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