Published on April 7th, 2009 | by Jules Yap


Bathroom mirror, more than meets the eye

Gilito from Alcoi, Spain, has this absolutely fabulous mirror. It really got me. Me. Like. Robots. Too.

“I would like to submit my simple hack conformed by the Atran lockable cabinet in stainless steel, the mirror Frack, and two lamps that I got in another lamp store.

I like to collect metallic robots toys and this is the idea for the mirror in my bathroom. (and I am too lazy to setup a good electric installation of the principal lamp, that it is like the first day I bought the house).”

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15 Responses to Bathroom mirror, more than meets the eye

  1. Michael says:

    did you polish the paint of of the alt ran lockable cabinet because the San Diego ikea only has them in ivory white.

  2. Anthony says:

    this is really cool, it is FUN and add some “color” to the wash room

  3. Cool Bender! Very creative. Great job!
    - Marie

  4. xavalin says:

    I think Gilito is a real freaky and has a lot of time to spend. He needs a real girlfriend right now and to take care of a couple of litle kids.

  5. Gilito says:

    At the left of the sink is a 45 cm wide washer/dryer. :-)

  6. K says:

    I’m not a robot fan so I’m not really feeling this hack. But to each his own. May I ask what is to the left of the sink? And I envy your sink/faucet combo!

  7. Gilito says:

    Thanks for your friendly comments!!!

  8. spidercrunch says:

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  9. Mary and Bob says:

    Hubby is going to love this!!!!!!!!! Great job!

  10. Anonymous says:

    love it!


  11. Laurie says:

    This is our first visit to your site and we’re so glad that we found it! What great and innovative ideas.



  12. FrightenedByPenguins says:

    I think this is excellent, I would try and robotify it a little more too. Maybe some more arms with different things at the end (toothbrush holder etc.)

  13. Anonymous says:

    Great combination of funky and functional. Love it.

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