Today, our blog brings you an inspiring interior design guide with the best ways to decorate with wall mirrors. Mirrors can have multiple functions when placed in a home, they can make a division seem much bigger than it actually is, they bring the light in, and duplicate views. They come in various sizes and ways of placement, so you can either choose to make them a statement piece or a supporting one, nevertheless, they will give a special touch to your interiors.
Vertical Rectangles forms are both versatile and classic. One way to place them would be hanging two on opposite walls of your living room to create a sense of depth. Another way would be placing only one directly opposite a window to multiply the light.
Horizontal mirrors in rectangle shapes are definitely best placed above a fireplace, a low sideboard, or even an entryway.
Large round mirrors can have the ability to anchor a room as they become a focal point. You can opt for mirrors with a thin edge, without a frame, or with a unique jewel sparkle. Basically, they are dress and dramatic.
Smaller round mirrors can also do the trick. You can opt to hang one in a windowless corner and a chaise lounge, this way it will give you plenty of brightness, or place it in a bathroom or powder room. When it comes to small round mirrors, you have the possibility to incorporate multiple of them in a wall, opt for small sunburst mirrors to create an aesthetic look and place them in your living room.
Still, in regards to sunburst mirrors, nothing will add that irresistible charm like this style of mirrors. Use them as accents in the powder room, as punctuation marks over a console, or to bring a little extra glimmer into the bedroom.
Undoubtedly, oval mirrors belong in an entryway. Place them above a console table and embellish its surroundings with either small sculptures, plants, or luxurious sconces.
The architectural outlines and occasional faux panes of Arched mirrors makes for a perfect addition to any interior space. You can take advantage of their playful, trompe l’oeil qualities to open up a nook or create a dramatic ending to a hallway.
“I like to put a mirror at a dead end of a hallway, or opposite the window in a window-challenged room. Or to angle a mirror slightly, getting only the light and not the reflection. It’s also a classic above the fireplace—because it works.” – Stephen Sclaroff, interior design
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Source: One Kings Lane