For spaces with less natural light, you want to incorporate mirrors and reflections where sunlight hits and can reflect in the room.
This is a playful way to play with lighting, creating brightness and a sense of airiness in your space.
Alternatively, to add a decorative piece that is equally functional, wall mounted mirrors works as a great way for that last min check or adding something with a beautifully designed frame as a decorative element on any blank wall.
Where to place your mirror
Placement of your mirror is equally important, to offer the transformative elements mentioned above.
Enhancing the size of a room, larger more grand mirrors create the illusion of a bigger space.
Generally, these are placed across open space, like a garden/pool area, a living space, in an entry way, bedroom, hallway, floor to ceiling or wider mirrors in smaller areas can assist with this.
For decorative pieces, you can add some fluidity to structure or vice versa.
The use of colours for the frame are great ways to enhance any space and this can be added anywhere offering balance or additional special touch like bedroom, hallway, living, kitchen, and dining.
Entry way, staircase, bedroom and bathroom mirrors are a functional use of mirrors, as you have a quick check before leaving the house and add a design element.
Placement is vital part of creating an inviting space.
There are different ways to dress up your space using mirrors, dependant on the type, size of the mirror and where it goes, these are all factors on how you want your space to look and feel.
It’s certainly an opportunity to explore and have fun with decorating.
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