There are so many ways you can add drama to a room. A fabulous light fixture, a gorgeous piece of art or a bold ceiling color can be just what the space needs. But have you ever thought about using a floor mirror?
Though mirrors are typically used in bedrooms and bathrooms, I like using them in larger, more unconventional spaces like entryways, living rooms and hallways. They help open up the room and give the illusion of more space.
But with so many choices, it can get a little overwhelming. So today I want to dive into the different types of mirrors and share some tips to help you select the best mirror for your space.
Ornate or carved frames are a classic, more traditional mirror style. Mirrors with simple lines or ones made with unusual materials have a more modern and contemporary feel to them. And distressed or whimsical framed mirrors tend to create a more eclectic or farmhouse vibe.
The key to choosing the perfect mirror for your space is to pinpoint your style. But no matter what type, style, shape or size mirror you use, I don’t think you can ever go wrong by adding a dramatic floor mirror to your space!
What’s your favorite mirror style? Be sure let me know in the comments below!