Alright, admit it. You have a certain fascination with mirrors. There is something magical about a pristine reflection of yourself, your house and whatever it is that you love. When you hang a new living room mirrors or lean it up against the mantel, your comfortable abode instantly comes to life. Without a doubt, a door-sized piece of reflective glass is a necessity.
When visiting a friend’s place, nothing catches your eye like that full-body mirror by the doorway. Now, it could be because you are admiring your slender physique and/or your gorgeous features, but chances are you are noticing an eye-catching object in the home. Call me narcissistic, but I sure love a mirror that can capture me at my best!
Positioning the mirror in a spot that doesn’t get in the way of daily functions but can be easily accessed is one thing you need to think long and hard about. If you are running out of style ideas or are stumped on where to place your newly purchased hunk of glass, below are some home decor masterpieces. Find one to your liking, and model your home after it!
Comfortable and Stylish Lounging with Mirrors
For this style guide, let’s start from the grand entrance. The living room is a place where you will be entertaining guests, family and friends in every kind of occasion. You want to expand your living room without the added costs and extra stress that goes into home renovation.
The good thing about mirrors is that they can open the available space and give the illusion of a more expansive setting without changing a single thing. Look how elegant and lively a living room can be when a stagnant wall is transformed into a reflective pool of wonder. Many homes have been adopting this approach, especially homes that are smaller in dimension. Take a look.
Of course, if your home is spacious enough for you to play around with ideas, then by all means go for it. Look how the floor-to-ceiling mirror adds character to an already gorgeous common area. Wouldn’t you love to recline with a book and bathe in the warmth of the sun?
Who said mirrors can’t be used for something other than a reflective sheet of sparkle? A mirror-faced closet could be an interesting addition to your bedroom.