Mirror(s) must be one of the most useful tool in interior design.
Mirror – mir·ror: Mirror is defined as to reflect or imitate. Also called looking glass.
The mirror is not only a functional object. On the decorating equation “the design side of things” it can also be used as something fashionable. There are several ways you can do amazing things with mirrors — from the simplest uses to the most innovative. Not only can mirrors be fun to decorate with, but with a little creativity they can easily become the show-stopping centerpiece of your home. The trick is placing them in the right spot wether it be indoors or outdoors. You can purposely use them to open up space, decorate a wall, create depth, reflection, bounce light back and make a room feel larger than it actually is, and so on… Face it! your home just wouldn’t be complete without the mirror. It’s a genius invention.
With the evolution of so many incredible mirror shapes, styles and sizes, the age-old looking glass has become much more than a trusty companion to help you get ready in the morning. Mirrors have earned status as an effective interior design tool used to fulfil practical purposes and a multitude of creative motives. Whether you want to add a polished touch to your interiors, make a statement with wall art or amplify light and space, a thoughtfully chosen, well-positioned mirror is the answer.