A well placed mirror reflects light and allows you to glimpse a view that would otherwise not be see from that point.
They also reflect the room opposite and can open up a space.
For windowless rooms, the addition of a mirror makes it feel much brighter and more spacious.
A well-positioned mirror can make a smaller room look larger and will play off natural light from the windows in a larger room.
If you’re challenged with decorating a larger space, place a mirror near a window or lamp.
Mirrors don’t always have to be practical.
An unusually shaped mirror is a talking point and adds a finishing touch to any room.
Not all mirrors need to take a large chunk out of your decorating budget and we’ve listed three price points of mirrors for you look at.
All the mirrors below are from Searles who offer a large range of mirrors, along with homewares and furniture.
Mirrors under $100
Galvanised grey metal mirror
D40 x H8 cm
Timber frame in a semi gloss white with a polished edge mirror (also available in a black gloss)
L44.5 x W4 x H60 cm
Multicoloured wood mirror
L71 x D4 x H98 cm
Mirrors under $300
Bamboo design frame in a antique gold/black and weaved rattan panel frame in a matt black
D80 x W7 cm
Metal brown and grey mirror
W82.5 x D3 cm
Marrakesh designs give highlights of Morocco, to this decorative timber white wash mirror
W76 x D5 cm
Natural timber mirror
W76 x D4 cm
Metal frame with rivet decor in an antique gold/bronze finish
D92 x W8 cm
Bamboo rattan mirror
D76 x W4 cm
For inspiration we have a Mirror Board on Pinterest that shows different styles and uses of mirrors.
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