Dining room mirrors
A great way to expand visually your living room or dining room is to install a mirror. The choice of items that is available for sale today is very diverse and includes wall, free-standing, toilet mirrors of different styles and sizes.
Mirrors add depth and width in small places such as a hall or a small living room visually doubling its size.
Frameless decorative mirrors offer an attractive, clean style in a modern interior. The beveled edge of the glass adds a finished look of the room. The dining room mirrors are usually produced in traditional style. You can also go for a mirror in the shape of the sun with rays – this solution looks very original in rooms that feature minimalistic style.
A mirror for a dining room or a living room is a great way to visually enlarge the space. You can choose a large mirror for a narrow room (full-length or one reaching the ceiling). An oversize mirror can also reflect lights or those objects of the interior which you especially love. However, make sure that there are not too many reflections of things: the abundance of details creates psychological discomfort. A huge mirror can be located at the dining table making it look longer.
A window with a mirror is a fresh design solution. People moving around the room (more precisely their reflections) will create an “outside the window” animation.
People tend to leave a free place in front of a mirror in the interior, which is quite natural. But sometimes this rule can be neglected. You can put candles, a vase or a basket of fruit in front of it. As a result the image will be ‘decorated’ with these objects.
If you put a lamp in front of the mirror, then the room will be more illuminated as the number of rays doubles. But the same rule cannot be applied to the window as a source of light, because the direct sunlight makes the surface and the mirror’s exterior quite dull.
Have you ever tried using twin mirrors? The room decorated with these items will seem to have a couple more squares, if you place panels on the opposite walls. This solution will create a game of reflections.
Mirrors in the interior don’t have to be single. Two identic wall models of elliptical shape or four or five rectangular items will create a stunning beautiful look. You can make a mirror wall of small square fragments, a “mosaic” of polygons. It’s not even necessary for them to be the same: a harmonic combination of mirrors may yield a dazzling result.
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