Wall Mirrors: Decorative Large Ideas To Add Some Space To A Room
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Wall mirrors — decorative large ones, especially — are perfect units to visually increase your room space and make it seem deeper than it really is. You can vary the details and frame materials depending on the decoration pattern in your room; however, there are several more or less universal ideas on how you can utilise decorative large wall mirrors to add more visual space to your room:
Classic position in a bulky frame
A classic living room arrangement is a large mirror above the mantlepiece — or, in a modern interior, above a console table. While the frame acts as an accessory, mirror surface visually increases room space, which is beneficial not only for small, but also for large premises.
To make a really small room look almost twice as big, you can completely equip one of your room walls with a mirror. A large mirror will reflect upon your furniture, simultaneously making the room seem more spacious and giving it a proportional look.
Elegant vintage frame design
A large mirror will look astonishing in a bulky vintage mirror frame. The arrangement does not necessarily have to be part of an antique interior — it can also accessorise a more neutral old fashioned or even traditional interior, sprucing it up and giving the room a unique look.
Down to earth rustic frame
A distressed rustic frame can become a more affordable replacement of a vintage one. In fact, it will even give the room a more impressive, one of a kind look. This is simply a perfect fit for rooms furnished with reclaimed wood.
Niche placement for a deeper look
If there is a niche in one of your rooms walls, equipping it with mirror might be an excellent idea. Once again, the niche will acquire a deeper look, acting as a perfect spot for all sorts of accessories.
Decorative room divisions
If you are working on a very narrow living room, you can use decorative large mirrors to subdivide your room into areas. Dining area is one of the most logical suggestions for a narrow room.
A glass patio door is quite a common arrangement; a mirrored one is a less usual idea. It, however features the same visual space optimisation and even sleeker design.
A collection of smaller mirrors
One more wall mirrors decorative large idea is to have an entire wall, dedicated fully to mirrors. You can go with large and small units, colourful or simple frames — the most motley, chaotic arrangements work just fine.
Stylish geometric symmetry
A couple of identical large mirrors on one wall will give the room a very neat, proportional look. This geometric arrangement features an elegant symmetry and a very impressive approach to any room decoration.
Ideas on matching furniture
While wall mirrors — decorative large ones or small functional ones — are memorable accessorising elements as they are, you can still give the room an even more sparkling look if you add one or two (for spacious rooms) mirrored furniture units into the picture.