Feeling cramped or restless when you’re at home? Installing mirrors that covers your wall from the floor to the ceiling is a neat hack that creates an illusion of a larger space!
Besides that, if you have any corners of the house that natural sunlight is not able to reach, mirrors is a good way to brighten up that corner during the daytime without switching on the lights. And that’s also a tip which can help to save electricity at home!
Check out how these other homeowners are using wall mirrors to refresh their small space at home!
Have a dark and narrow entryway? Placing a full-length mirror facing the entryway opens up the house alot more!
Full-length mirrors in Singapore are not only readily available, it makes a good alternative to custom made a whole piece of mirror for the walls!
If your dining area is at a corner of the house, install some mirrors to the wall.
When the sun shines into the house, the mirrors will naturally reflect the light, brightening up the dining area which is what this homeowner did!
Plus, it naturally makes the corner feels much more airy!
With narrow entryways, place mirrors on one side of the wall. This does not only creates an illusion of a much bigger space, it also allows you to do a last-minute outfit check before leaving the house!
If you’re on tight budget, create a wall mirror in Singapore by piecing the small ones together! It’s easy to get your hands on them from local stores that sells mirrors and bathroom accessories (such as those stores in IMM).
Too many corners?
Where the corners meet, add a wall mirror to it and magically see the corners ‘disappear’. This is especially useful for small homes in Singapore!
Wall mirrors are also an excellent way to brighten up any small or hidden corners of your house. This homeowner has cleverly add a wall mirror to the part of the wall which bends in, lighting up the corner and creating a focal point at the same time.