By Cherelle Chevalier. Mirrors. Published at Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 - 19:27:35 PM.
The mirror is function: Suppose there is a small room e.g. a small-sized bathroom. In this bathroom, the mirror is obviously functional. It is used by the man for shaving for example, to wash teeth. However, when a piece is so obviously functional as the mirror, there are ways to make the mirror more decorative. I am saying here that in some way, it is easier to make something so functional as the mirror in this bathroom setting into something decorative. You can aim to have a mirror with some element of ornamentation or you can choose to have a certain type of glass for the mirror. You can choose to have a certain color scheme in the bathroom and to use the mirror as the central element in this scheme.
Mirrored Wall Art - Hanging a large piece of mirrored wall art behind the mantelpiece is another easy way to add sparkle and visual interest. There are many different styles of wall art, many of which incorporate mirrors or mirrored pieces. For a traditional look, choose a piece that combines wood and mirrors. Or, for a sleek contemporary accent piece, select wall art that combines mirrors and metal. Mirrored wall art has the advantage of adding an element of design to the wall, which can help turn a simple fireplace and mantel into an eye-catching focal point.
In your bathroom consider replacing a traditional cabinet with a large sunburst style mirror. Traditionally mirrors should be positioned above your sink; a sunburst style will add an unexpected air of elegance enhancing the overall feel of your bathroom. Complement the mirror with flanking wall light to create the ultimate focal point. These style mirrors can also make stunning unique overmantle mirrors as well as looking great positioned above your bed choose a simple more petite style for a more refined look or a lavish framed design for a more dramatic feel.
Non-glass mirrors can be made using any clear substrate other than glass, the most common being acrylic. These are generally less expensive than glass, and some very cheap versions are nothing more than a polished metal surface. Here is a review of some of the mirrors offered by a selection of American furniture manufacturers.
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