We often talk about the benefits of mirrors in a space and we’re happy that this trend continues in 2020.
Mirrors open up a room. You can comfortably go bold with a giant mirror or create a stunning gallery wall of tinier framed mirrors to achieve the look your aiming for and to work within the confines of your space.
You can easily add colour with a bright moulding and switch up styles through frame changes according to your evolving décor.
If you have a small or narrow area that needs some enhancing but going the renovation route is out of the question, consider adding a mirror. The reflection of light on your mirror from a window from across the room will trick your eye into thinking that your space is larger than it actually is.
If your room doesn’t have a window, a mirror can be an ideal substitute and work with the light source from a lamp or ceiling fixture.
Mirrors can also be used to create balance in a space where artwork might feel overwhelming. And is a quick way to make a builder grade bathroom feel luxurious!