By now, we all know that are mirrors are an asset when it comes to making a small space appear bigger than it actually is. This method only works if you’re selecting the right mirrored pieces. If you find that mirrors aren’t creating the desired effect in your home, then you may want to take heed to some of these tips.
Truly Capturing the Inside
If you really want to visually bring a mirror’s reflection inward, then you should purchase a decorative mirror with an unusual or intricately designed frame. By using such a mirror, it does more than simply reflect the room’s content, but it acts a focal point for the space.
- Mirrors Everywhere
Make your eyes move about the room by placing mirrors in every nook and cranny of the space. It may seem like you’re overdoing it a bit but it not only adds tons of visual interest to the room but by placing mirrors on every available surface you significantly double the size of the space.
3, Window Mimic
If you want to give the illusions of a window when working with mirrors you should try hanging the mirror up horizontally. Make sure you get the proportions right so that is balanced with the furniture. This trick especially works best if it’s placed adjacent to the window in the room.
Searching for a unique way to add a touch of glamour to your bedroom? You can’t go wrong with a mirrored headboard. Such a piece gives off a romantic vintage flair that will complement almost any decor. A mirrored headboard shines when the light is reflected on it. Can you imagine how beautiful your mornings will look?
Tall mirrors do wonders for high ceilings and tall walls. In fact, they add even more depth to such spaces. Depending on the angle it can trick the mind into thinking that the ceiling line is higher up than it actually is.
Don’t forget to include a decorative mirror on your tabletop vignette. A mirrored accent will make the design much chicer. You can hang it on a wall behind the vignette or include a small framed mirror in the small collection.