Mirrors as decorative elements

Mirrors as decorative elements

We all know that mirrors can make a room appear larger, but in fact they can do much more than that. They can become design elements, bring balance or contrast, or create a focal point in your space. It all depends on the size and ratio you use. Here are some ideas for that.

mirrored walls

This is maximum mirror usage in your room. They reflect the light, attract attention and make your space unique. Such walls are popular in bathrooms and entryways – these are small spaces doubled with a light-reflecting mirrored wall. Depending on the desired effect, you can also use such a wall in a living room or bedroom. Smoked glass adds a more contemporary feel, while an antique mirror makes your space exquisite.

Mirrored closet doors

Mirror cabinet doors have several advantages at once: they increase your space, fill it with light and allow you to see yourself when choosing the look. If it’s a seamless piece that gives you a more minimalistic look, there are also cool folding doors to save space. When it’s a chic framed piece, it brings a touch of old-world glamor and adds just enough sparkle to add style to the room without being gaudy.

Mirror backsplashes

Mirror backsplashes are definitely making a comeback, and you can rock one in any kitchen, from the farmhouse to the minimalist. Seamless mirror backsplashes are great for minimalist spaces, while antique mirrors are great for a farmhouse and vintage interiors. Smoked glass is ideal for minimalist or artistic decoration spaces.

Mirror furniture and accessories

There are mirror sideboards, bedside tables, coffee tables, and you can make them yourself from IKEA or other items. Such an item is always an eye-catcher and at the same time makes your room more glamorous and chic. Even a mirror shelf or some vases and candle holders add a touch of glamor to the room.