How to Make the Living Space Seem Larger with Mirrors?
Wall mirrors not only add light and cheerful atmosphere to any room, but also make your living space look so much larger.
By simply using wall mirrors, decorative mirrors and/or floor mirrors cleverly, your rooms will look bigger, brighter and much nicer. Here are some general tips on how you may use mirrors for enhancing your home interior design.
• Simply lean a large decorative mirror against the wall. It will increase the size of your living space, while adding a nice decorative touch at the same time.
• If your living space is small and lacks natural daylight, position a mirror opposite mirrored furniture. This will double the effect and make your room seem much bigger.
• Place a mirror over your fireplace. Choose one that is narrower than the fireplace, but is rather tall at the same time. This will create the illusion that your room is also a very tall one.
• Hanging a mirror in a square room can really enhance it. Place the mirror so that it reflects a white wall. This will make your room look less boxy and much larger.
• To make your small and over-furnished bedroom look spacious, just use mirrored panels on your wardrobe. This simple and not sophisticated trick will produce striking results.
• If you've got something that you want to show off, e.g. a marvelous painting or a sculpture, just hang a mirror opposite it and you will show it off twice.
• Hang huge-sized mirrors opposite each other. The endless reflections will make your small and even windowless room seem bigger, brighter and more welcoming.
• When using floor mirrors you should be really careful. Though they are made from materials that are robust and non-slip, you should set them only in such places where the risk of slipping or causing embarrassment to anyone who may be wearing a skirt is minimal.
Experiment with mirrors and find out what an amazing difference they may bring to your room. For more tips on how you may enhance your home design, feel free to contact Los Angeles interior design specialist Olga Rechdouni.