When it comes to interior home design, sometimes one piece of décor or furniture will steal the spotlight. Just like paint can make a room feel complete, a piece of décor can have just as big of an impact as color or even architecture can. A piece that can be both large or small in size, or elaborate or simple in design, is the mirror.
While mirrors ultimately serve the purpose of showing us our appearance, they are also ideal as simple touches of décor, and when positioned correctly they can brighten a room by capturing light and reflecting it back into the room.
Aside from the typical places such as above the sink in the bathroom or in the corner of your bedroom, mirrors can often be found on the walls in entryways and hallways. Not only is this a decorative touch, but it also allows guests to check their appearance both when they arrive and depart. If you choose to use mirrors as a decorative element, grouping 3 smaller, similarly shaped mirrors together can add an artistic touch.
Stepping away from wall décor, incorporating a serving tray that has a mirror on it is increasingly becoming popular. These work great in the bathroom for glass jars of cotton puffs or perfume, and also as décor for your living room coffee table.
How would you use mirrors in your home décor?