A mirror brings a good blend of form and function. While it looks good in a room, it also makes small spaces feel bigger and dark rooms seem lighter.
Mirrors are quite versatile as a décor accent fitting into any style of decorating – be it modern, vintage, shabby chic, or ethnic Indian. Pick simple or elaborate ones, large or small ones, and let your creativity flow in arranging them tastefully in your home. You can also use them to hide any imperfections on the wall.
Let’s look at some tips and fresh ideas to incorporate mirrors in your living room.
Where Should A Mirror Be Placed in A Living Room?
Check what the mirror reflects – make sure it isn’t random or unsightly things. Let it reflect something of beauty or something that brings joy to your home.
Place it near a chandelier to reflect its light. If the view outside is beautiful, place the mirror opposite to it so that the view gets reflected. Or place your favourite artwork opposite the mirror. That way your mirror becomes a focal point in the room opening up the room.
If you are a believer, place it according to good feng