mirror, mirror on the wall.
mirrors aren't just for selfies, they're a unique design element that can transform any part of your home with their magical reflective qualities.
last week i addressed the return of the vintage vanity, of which one almost certainly needs a mirror to complete the look. but it also occurs to me, that mirrors aren't just functional pieces found in bathrooms or dressing rooms, they're a unique design element that can transform any part of your home. with their magical reflective qualities, mirrors have the tricky ability to create an illusion of depth and make rooms appear larger than they actually are, and a well-placed mirror can instantly elevate the aesthetics of a room, bringing in lovely light, and a touch of eclectic sophistication. whether it's a sleek, minimalist design or a vintage-inspired frame, mirrors have the power to enhance any style of decor — even the reflections from a mirrored disco ball are beautiful. a friend of mine even repurposed his old mirrored closet door by turning it horizontally and hanging the huge thing behind his desk, and the result is fabulous.
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