Have written extensively about the subject of antique decorative mirrors. I have spent time sharing about how to correctly place them around the house and how to use them to lighten up and add some sense of space. I still have a few more tips and tricks up my sleeve to share with you.
This is just a simple yet effective review that should get you well on your way to changing the look of your house.
Let me start with the obvious, you can use a mirror to verify your looks before going out to face the world i.e. to be sure you are dressed for the party.
However, the most widely discussed benefit of using decorative ones is their ability to create an illusion of space in the room especially to smaller rooms. It is also know to increase natural lighting if properly placed.
There are many types of mirrors that you can choose when coming up with your decorative plans. For example, you can go for a wall , oversized, tiny convex, silver, Venetian, metal, handcrafted, wrought iron, antique and full length dressing mirror to name only a few.
If you are on a tight budget this is essentially the best way to remodel your house and make it look new and welcoming. Let me just mention that while this has all the advantages it does, however, come with some draw backs. For example, you ca have kids and visitors rubbing their heads against the mirrors and causing them to become cloudy and ‘uncleanable’. Simply find a mirrored tile that comes with a design overlay and the problem will be solved.
You can also have decorating bathroom mirrors on a mantle or add some mirror tile highlight on the wall here and there.
There really is no one best way to use your mirrors to decorate around your house. Just follow your heart and the rest will follow you. Use some of the popular search engines to find thought starters to help you with your forthcoming home improvement project.