7 Genius Ways To Style Your Home With Wall Mirrors

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7 Genius Ways To Style Your Home With Large Mirrors


Start your morning feeling fabulous in front of your dressing table! But what’s a vanity area without a large mirror, right? Mirrors are not only functional, but they can play an important role in the aesthetic of your living space as well! If you have a small space, large mirrors are able to reflect light and make any space in your house look bigger than it actually is! Here are some ideas to style your home with mirrors!

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#1. Place Them On The Floor

Mirrors don’t necessarily need to be placed on the wall. Like paintings and artworks, you can place them on the floor, with one in front of the other to create depth. As mirrors are able to reflect light, this will be a good idea to brighten up any corners of the house without worrying about nailing on the wall.

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#2. Place Them Perpendicularly

Create a statement piece by placing your mirrors perpendicularly on the wall. While the placement of the mirrors is definitely unconventional, it draws eyes to this interesting layout, creating the focus of the room. This design is definitely more for the aesthetic of the space, but it can help in lighting up corners of your home just by bouncing off natural lights.

Dressing Tables

Teryn Teak Mirror

$299.00

Dressing Tables

Ezra Mirror

$299.00

Dressing Tables

Hernando Teak Mirror

$399.00

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#3. Full-Length Mirrors In Living Room

A single piece of wall mirror is too normal and boring – get a couple of full-length mirrors and place them side by side across the wall to reflect some light and brighten the living room! Not only are full-length mirrors more readily available, it might be more wallet-friendly too as a single piece of wall mirror usually requires customization which comes with a hefty price tag.

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#4. Mirrors Behind The Door

No floor space or any empty walls to place a full-length mirror in your bedroom? Place one behind your door, just like how this designer did! Not only does it hide the door, it provides a vanity area for one last outfit check before heading out of the house.

Dressing Tables

Poppy Teak Vanity Set

$699.00

$1,298.00

Dressing Tables

Hernando Teak Mirror

$399.00

Dressing Tables

Helayna Teak Dressing Set

$599.00

$699.00

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#5. Bathroom Cabinets

Hide your bathroom cabinets with mirrors! Practical and beautiful, you can store your bathroom essentials away in ample storage space provided by the custom-made bathroom cabinets, No more fighting over one mirror too when you and your partner use the bathroom at the same time.

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#6. Add Mirrors To Furniture

If you’re up for a challenge, diy your old furniture and give them a glam makeover with some mirrors! Other than placing mirrors on walls or behind the doors, you can also place them on furniture by gluing mirrors to each side of the furniture and make your own mirrored furniture. This will definitely light up your whole space, giving it a bright and airy look. So, are you up for the challenge? 

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$1,299.00

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$489.00

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#7. Mirrors To Wardrobe Doors

When it comes to mirrors, it’s always more the merrier!. Add mirrors to your wardrobe doors to create a fitting room experience at home! And one more tip: have mirrors from the floor to the ceiling for an illusion of a large space.


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