By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Mirror. At Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 06:16:23 AM.
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.
To make the mirror aluminum powder is evaporated onto the exposed surface of the glass in a vacuum chamber and then coated with a few layers of waterproof protective paint. There is a low aluminum glass mirror that is made from a silver coating and two layers of protective paint. The unique thing about this mirror is that it's clear, smooth, light transmissive and reflects accurate natural colors. The glass is heavily used for framing exhibitions and presentations when precise color representation of the artwork is of great importance.
A collection of small mirrors can add great interest to a wall. When using a group of mirrors, concentrate on choosing interesting frames in a variety of shapes and sizes. To create a cohesive grouping, you may want to consider using mirrors with the same or similarly colored frames. To arrange a group, hang the largest mirror first, and then add a smaller one of similar shape. Finish with yet another small mirror in a different shape. Space them all evenly on the wall.