By Katriane Marchand. Mirrors. Published at Monday, April 02nd, 2018 - 19:09:03 PM.
However you use them, make the best of your glass mirrors because they have the capacity to turn a gloomy home into one filled with light and reflections of your decorative tastes. Do not look upon mirrors as being individual home accents, but as components of an overall decorative scheme designed to bring out the best in your home. Combine them with lamps, candles, windows and natural light to light up your home and illuminate your life.
Traditionally sunburst mirrors were finished in gold however these mirrors are now available in a wide range of finishes including; silver, bronze and black colours as well as wooden and even mirrored glass finishes offering a contemporary feel.
Most American furniture manufacturers include mirrors in their range of bedroom furniture, and some also manufacture mirrors for the living room or dining room. Bedroom mirrors are not necessarily restricted to that room, and many are used all over the house - wherever reflection and a need to expand a room are required.
In the early 19th Century mirror production had finally taken off as a decorative accessory and mirrors were extremely popular in both Europe and America. We can’t be fully sure as to when the first sunburst style mirror in the same design we know today was first produced, however research suggests it could be any time within the 19th Century.
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