Mirrors, Mirrors On The Wall

How reflective surfaces can make your home the fairest of them all

It’s one of the oldest decorating tricks in the book — mirrors are often used to visually open up a space and make a room appear larger and brighter than it actually is. But besides simply putting one up on a wall, there are so many other ways you can use a reflective surface to channel a little class into your home. Here are just a few:

Mirrored wall tiles: Indulge your narcissist side with a mirror-lined bathroom. 

Standing mirrors: Stack a few for an effortless “art-gallery” look. Puppy — optional.

Mirror-clad furniture: Instantly transform boring fittings into shiny, elegant conversation pieces by covering them in mirrors.

Mirror art: A creatively shaped mirror can double as decoration for your walls.

Mirror accents: Prefer just a touch of reflection? Opt for mirrored drawer knobs.

Polished accessories: Add instant glam to your vanity with these.

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