In terms of aesthetic, mirrors may not be the first thing that you think of when designing a room. But mirrors can add significant depth to any room by reflecting natural light, covering up bare walls, and making a room appear larger visually.
In fact, mirrors are the perfect home decor when a window is not available or an option. While you shouldn’t place mirrors on every wall of your house, they can be the perfect fit when wallpaper and art just doesn’t make sense. In fact, my friend used mirrors to make her living room appear more full when she purchased a home for sale in Miami real estate.
Incorporate mirrors in each room
Living Room: Adding mirrors to your living can give it a more refined and chic look. Beyond this, they make the size of the room look significantly larger than it really.
Bedroom: Obviously, you’re going to have some mirrors in your bedroom, but the way you position them can make a world of difference. Hand them above desks or next to your bed to complete the room.
Bathroom: Replacing your old mirror with an arched one or even a circular mirror on the bathroom wall will tie your bathroom together so much more.