By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Mirror. At Sunday, February 10th 2019, 20:57:26 PM.
Pick interesting shapes. Square is good, but unusually-shaped mirrors can add an extra element of interest to a room. Choose mirrors that are wavy, long and thin, diamond shaped or triangular. Instead of one or two large mirrors, create a mosaic of mirrors by using several smaller mirrors placed together. Look for different glass styles. Instead of a smooth mirror, hang a mirror with beveled edges. Another option is to use frosted mirrors. Hang a mix of framed and unframed mirrors.
Your dresser will have a mirror with a frame that matches your decor but instead you could opt for a floor length mirror. Place it at an angle so that it brings in natural light and brightens your room. As another option, you could substitute the entire headboard of your bed for a mirror. Only, it is advisable not to use a single piece but break it up into panels with maybe individual frames.
Make the room brighter. Use them to enhance the natural light in a room by hanging one across from a window so it reflects the landscape outside. They're a great alternative to a traditional painting or print. Situate the mirror so it doesn't cause glare. Mirrors can be problematic if they're placed across from a window with a western or southern exposure. Multiply the wide of the space. Mirror a long wall in a skinny space to double the visual width of the room. This is a great trick for halls, entryways, narrow dining rooms, gym rooms and master bathrooms.