If you have room for a console, you have room for a tall mirror. Make the most out of it by layering a wall-busting mirror behind your console.
Tucked Behind a Sofa
The area above a sofa often feels like dead space. If you’re overwhelmed by the thought of finding and hanging the right mix of art, try this trick instead.
Displayed Window Style
Mirrors shaped like windows trick the eye into thinking that the space is lighter and larger than it really is. Look for options with beautiful details, like this arched and paned pair!
As a Headboard
Instead of something traditional, experiment with alternative headboard ideas, like this large antique-style mirror.
Panelled doors can be the perfect excuse to add mirrors. Just visit your local glass shop to have them cut to fit the dimensions of your doors.
Installed in Wall Panelling
Or go big by taking that idea to your walls. In a light-filled bathroom, it feels more zen than disco.
Try leaning a large mirror on the opposite side of your largest window.
In the Dining Room
Instead of art, consider hanging a floor-length mirror horizontally to open up the space.
On an Armoire
Looking for an armoire? Consider buying one that has a mirrored front to serve double duty.