By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Mirror. At Sunday, February 10th 2019, 21:16:02 PM.
The frame the mirror sits in is the key to having your mirror complement, or even define the decorating style in your room. Frames come in all materials and textures. Try a distressed wood frame for a French Country feel, a wrought iron or embossed metal for a rich Tuscan or Mediterranean look, or sleek chrome for a contemporary room.
When you use a number of framed mirrors or on the same wall you can use their shapes and sizes to build a pattern either across the entire wall or indeed concentrate them in one place either effect is stunning. In the bedroom or hallway a wonderful way to add to the décor is to use a floor mirror, these flexible mirrors just simply lean against the wall and can be used to add drama to a small hallway or make a dark bedroom come alive in daylight or if you shine some spotlights onto it sparkle at any time of the day.
When using framed wall mirrors in the bedroom, putting one above the bed is a typical idea. But then, why not play around with textures and combinations. For instance, put together a collage of different sections and you might even add pictures of yourself and your spouse for a personal touch. Or you could place two matching mirrors on either side of the bed above the side table lamps for softer light diffusion that is so very romantic.