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How to Decorate With Mirrors
One of the best ways to maximize light and space is with mirrors. Reflective surfaces will help bounce light around a room, so they're great for making spaces seem brighter and more full of light. Because they reflect light and color, mirrors are also a great way to make smaller rooms seem larger. So make your home brilliant and bright by adding some reflective surfaces.
colored mirror
Step 1      Hanging a mirror over a fireplace, a vanity or a sink is a no-brainer. But don't stop there. Think of mirrors as art, and hang them as much as you would paintings. For large walls, hang several matching mirrors side by side. Or opt for several different sizes and shapes-a collection of different vintage mirrors hung from ribbons can look gorgeous hanging together on a wall.

Step 2      If you can't find mirrors in the shape or size that you want, you can customize your own by framing pieces of
mirrored glass. Most framing stores can make these for you quite easily

Step 3      Don't forget that mirrors aren't just for walls; mirrored furniture can be very chic, and very practical, because it works with so many different decorating styles. Try a mirrored bedside table, chest of drawers or coffee table.

Step 4  
   To pick up on the reflective look of your
mirrored furniture
(or if you're working your way up to that), add shine with other reflective accessories, like mirrored trays and candlesticks.

Step 5     Remember, mirrors double the effect of whatever they are opposite-hang them opposite a window to double the view and the light in the room. If you have a colorful accent wall, you can hang a mirror on the opposing wall to double the credit you get for the color-without painting!


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