Using mirrors as a decorative feature is a wonderful way to add an easy design feature to your interior. Mirrors are a reflective object that embrace light and when properly placed, can dictate the overall mood and ambiance of a room. Mirrors are also a great way to make a room appear larger so use them to help open up a smaller room or to enhance a space.
Using duplicates of the same mirror is also a great way to create interest and add charm to those small forgotten spaces. Think about the end of a hallway or an alcove, the landing at the top of your stairs or that dreaded corner that you just can’t figure out what to do with. These are all opportunities to make your space look impactful, look important and to also look pretty.
Take the below project where we recently added three rows of identical mirrors to a wall that was otherwise cumbersome and empty. Our client came to us with a vision – she wanted to fill that part of her home with a purpose and glamour. We chose decorative mirrors with a beautiful detail to create a visual interest. We paired the grouping with a similar mirrored console table, which creates a cohesive flow to the design. To identify the area as it’s own space, we offset the mirrors with a side chair that reflects a beautiful, colorful and fun pattern. Topped with a pop of pink though the throw pillow for a feminine touch.
So the next time you find yourself racking your brain over that space in your home that just looks so empty, mirrors are the way to go – instant glam and purpose.