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Mirrors have traditionally just served a utility function in the home. But, do you know they can be a part of your interior décor plan? When used the right way, mirrors can help you achieve unique decoration effects that will set your space apart. Here are a few ideas on how you can spruce up your home using mirrors.
Employ A Supersize Floor Mirror
An extra-large floor mirror in the home offers several benefits as a style piece. It is easy to use as it doesn't require any extra equipment to place it in the house. Once you find a good floor space for it, you are set. Since it is meant to be a large item, ease of installation is essential. A big floor piece will provide functional value by giving you all the mirror space you require. It simultaneously provides a significant aesthetic benefit by becoming a design focal point in the room. A floor mirror also helps create the illusion of space making your room feel bigger.
Look for a large mirror that also has unique framing for best décor results. As a large item that will be a centerpiece for the room, a one-of-a-kind design will make a lasting first impression to those who enter the room.
Use Its Location to Your Advantage
Where you place a mirror in the home has a lot to do with how it adds value to your interior design. Look for out-of-the-box locations for best results. One idea is to place it across a piece of art that you love so that it reflects its beauty to the rest of the room. You can choose to use a tabletop mirror to reflect an ornate chandelier for dramatic visual effect.
Use One or More Mirrors in the Hallway
A Mirror work very well in small spaces to make them feel larger. Use several of them n your hallway to achieve this effect. Hang different mirror sizes and shapes on one entryway to create a design focal point. The same idea applies to a staircase too.
Add A Colored Mirror
Colored mirrors are a rarity and would be the perfect touch in getting your interior design to stand out truly. Color the frame using hues that complement the scheme in your interior décor. A creatively colored mirror will not only bring out the tones in your home, but it will be a regular conversation starter as well.
Mirrors offer both utility and aesthetic value in the home. There are several design approaches you can employ in using them to complement your interior décor and make your space feel more open.Share