Mirror Mirror On The Wall, How To Use It In Clever Ways

One of the major tasks that anyone has to tackle during renovation is making the space look roomy. There are a lot of clever hacks you can use to accomplish that, but using looking mirrors is the easiest and most mainstream of them all. Today, we’ll be looking at 5 clever ways you can use looking mirrors to make your interior designs seem more spacious.

 

1. A simple strip

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Many times, you don’t need a feature wall mirror clad at all. All you need is a single, stylishly placed strip to get the desired effect in your interior designs. If you look at this image, you’ll notice how the single strip of mirror that has been clad on the wardrobe provides a trendy alternative for a full clad. You can use a similar technique to get your desired aesthetic.

 

 

2. The looking mirror strip

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Looking mirrors are an inherent part of the dressing table aesthetic – and every bedroom features one of those. So you can use this already existing notion to make something unique. This bedroom interior design features an elongated mirror next to the compact study console, and the end result is quite distinct and attractive.

 

 

3. The half-wall effect

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The half-wall mirror effect allows you to make the most of your space without any physical renovation works. All you have to do is clad half a wall in full-sized looking mirror leafs, and you’ll instantly get an illusory quality of twice the space. This image shows the perfect example of how you can do so without any hassle at all.

 

 

4. Accent wall cladding

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Using looking mirrors in feature accent walls is a great way to give your design a visual boost. Not only does it double the amount of space, it also creates visual illusions that can make your home seem extremely unique and refreshing. Moreover, you can even use specialized cutouts to create customized designs on your feature walls.

 

 

5. Feature length

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There is always a looking mirror used in bathroom interior designs. However, the style in which you choose to use can make your break your whole aesthetic. Sometimes, a small rectangle might do, but other times, a feature length mirror clad can give your bathrooms a lush, luxurious vibe like in this interior design.

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