Interior Design Tips
A mirror is one of those pieces in a home that combines both decor and function. It has a way of making small spaces feel larger and dark rooms appear lighter. But before it does any of that, you have to get it up on the wall. Join Wall Mirrors and discover how to hang a mirror.
The foyer is the first impression guests have of your aesthetic. Placing a mirror directly above a console table adds a welcoming touch to your space in an instant. Plus, it’s the perfect opportunity to have one final look before heading out the door.
While many bathroom sinks will come with frameless mirrors mounted on the wall with adhesive, Downs recommends bringing in a professional to add a frame around that mirror for added visual interest.
ON THE DOOR
Choose a full-length mirror and position it so it takes up as much of the door as possible. Mirror clips are an easy way to execute this, but Downs recommends confirming that you have a solid core door to work with so hardware will fasten in properly.
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