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Default How To Add Mirrors To Your Decorating Plans


Mirrors can be used to give the illusion of spaciousness to a small
room, to increase the natural lighting, in strategic positions for the
quick mirror check, to be used as accent pieces on tabletops, and to
bring an outside view in. All of these make use the mirrors magical
quality to amplify and reflect light. Mirrors can be use in any design
d'cor from contemporary to antique.
To Increase Spaciousness
If you have a small room, a wall covered in mirror tiles might be just
the thing to give the illusion of space. If you want to keep people
from banging their noses on the tile, pick a mirrored tile which has a
design overlay etched on it. This provides the space illusion without
necessarily causing anyone to mistake the room as bigger than it
actually is.
A large wall mirror will also have the same effect. Some people choose
to put a large wall mirror on their mantles or add mirror tile
highlights along the wall here and there.
Increasing Natural Lighting
A well-placed mirror will increase the natural lighting in your room.
If you put it in such a manner that it disperses the outside light
without actually reflecting it causing unnecessary glares, you have
got it just right....

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