More light, more windows, more style. It is hard to argue with that kind of appeal, especially when all it takes is a single piece: the mirror.
The most noticeable effective of a mirror is that it makes any space feel larger. It can make a room feel up to twice the size, if not more, using reflections to add depth. You can open up a room effortlessly just with one of these accents.
Mirrors also brighten a room by bouncing back indoor and outdoor light. You can have twice the candlelight or sunshine with a strategically placed piece. It will emphasize whatever mood you want to set, whether it is intimate, theatrical or minimalist.
One of the newest ways to use a mirror is as a secondary window. When one is hung to reflect another window, indoor plants or a sunny wall, it can feel like your space has another window. It will make your home feel airier, cleaner and nicer to be in overall.
The accessory can also be used as a focal point for a room. Mirrors are framed in an endless assortment of ways and styles. Some of the most stunning styles are contemporary and mid-century modern. Differing in size, shape, color and pattern, these mirrors are more like art than something to check your hair with.
Having said that, it is undeniable that mirrors are useful, especially for dressing and grooming. Mirrors are some of the most functional home accents available. Their uses vary depending on what room they are in but it cannot be argued that they serve a purpose for our everyday lives, along with enhancing our homes. One of the best examples of this dual purposing is a bedroom dressing mirror, such as the solid English walnut LAXseries Mirror.
Take the time to try out a mirror. You won’t be disappointed with the results.