5 Decorating Ideas with Mirrors
Decorative wall mirrors can add to or bring natural light to a space, reflect an important design element, provide visual balance, transform a look, or bring a unique touch to a space.
Here are five mirror decoration ideas for you to incorporate into your home’s interior design:
- Bounce Around the Light
Modern chaise with wood base under a rectangular mirror in a crystal adorned frame.
Do you have a beautiful view out one of your windows? Reflect the vista so you can see it from many angles in a room with a mirror.
An added bonus of placing a mirror near a window is that it magnifies the natural light in a space, a great technique for making a space seem bigger.
2. Magnify Beauty
A traditional dining room with a rectangular mirror with beaded trim over a sideboard.
Do you have a design element in a room that you’d like to showcase even more? An eye-catching crystal chandelier for example? Hang the mirror in such a way that it reflects the sparkling fixture.
Hanging a mirror so it reflects the light from a chandelier or pendant has the same effect as hanging it near a window as the light is amplified, which is perfect for a room with little to no natural light.
3. Balance the Look
A traditional entryway with two buffet lamps on a console table flanking a gold frame wall mirror.
Provide visual balance over a console or chest in an entryway by centering a mirror above and flanking it with table lamps or sconces on either side.
If you only want to use a single table lamp, balance the look by anchoring the other side of the console with a vignette of home accessories.
4. Make Traditional Look Modern
A classic sunburst mirror is timeless, but you can make the look more modern with a console table with contemporary, sleek lines.
5. Think Off the Wall
Mirrors don’t always need to be hung on a wall… Place them in unexpected places, like in the living room above where they are incorporated in the gold etageres along with styled home accessories.
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