Mirrors are more than just useful for checking how your hair’s doing
With these mirrors distinctive frames and shapes, they can really enhance your décor. Larger full length wall mirrors, or smaller ones grouped together like mirror art, make a room look brighter and bigger.
Add mirrors to your space for new perspective
They say the eyes are the mirror to your soul. But what about actual mirrors? What can they reveal? Well, they may not be able to say anything about your soul (although, that outfit is looking pretty dope). But they sure can provide an eye-opening interior design detail!
By using mirrors in your rooms, you can change the perception of space and light. The reflection makes any light source brighter and adds depth and movement to flat, still surfaces. This gives the space a lighter, airier feel, and plays tricks with your mind to make you believe the room is larger than it really is. It’s quite a neat effect that will work extra well in smaller spaces, like a hallway or office space.
Mirror, mirror on the wall (or floor)
Who’s the fairest of them all? You are, of course! But sometimes, a smaller mirror just isn’t enough to make sure. Especially not if you want to check that your sneakers go well with your jeans, or that your tights don’t have runs or holes in them. For this, you need a large mirror. Preferably a full-size body mirror that is big enough for all your unique angles. A large wall mirror or free-standing floor mirror will fulfill this purpose. A standing mirror can also offer a clever place to put away your clothes. Just hang them on the rack hidden at the back of the mirror. That way, your clothes will still look great the day after. And, it’s a smooth way to get rid of that “chair pile” where all your clothes just keep stacking up. You know the one we’re talking about...