When knocking down walls just isn’t an option, mirrors can visually expand a small space. The trick?
Placing large mirrors in strategic spots so that they reflect maximum light and space.
There are never rules when it comes to decorating with mirrors some designers say. Mirrors are like decorative windows you can move around and place as you like. They also reflect and emphasize views and colors from art and/or adjacent walls creating special effects.
Full-size floor mirrors can make a dramatic statement in a small space. Using a framed, full-size mirror placed on the floor and resting on the wall can become an incredible asset in many ways in a bedroom, living room and even at the end of a hallway.
More tips to follow when decorating with wall mirrors
Instead of purchasing one large mirror, explore the possibilities of purchasing a group of small mirrors. Doing so will add an element of design and interest that cannot be accomplished with other types of wall hangings.
When using a group of mirrors, concentrate on choosing interesting frames in a variety of shapes and sizes. To create a cohesive grouping, you may want to consider using mirrors with the same or similarly colored frames.
Take into consideration what images will be captured in the mirror when you look at it from different angles. Be sure to place your wall mirrors in such a way that they reflect and highlight your room’s best features and detract from its not so great features.
With a little bit of creativity and planning, decorating with wall mirrors can be a gorgeous addition to your home’s décor.
Custom mirror sizes and custom cuts are also available at Beacon Glass. Your space is unique. Perhaps you have a closet with a sliding door that is across from a window. You want this fitted with a mirror. A custom mirror can serve your needs and can be tailored to create the desired impact in your home.
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