Today I have a collection of beautiful interiors with mirrors for you. I was taught in my first year design class that you can use mirrors to create visual interest or the illusion of a larger space in small rooms. And mirrors are no longer confined to only the bathroom. The spaces below illustrate perfectly that mirrors can work in almost any room.
Almost perfect symmetry in this guest room with a mirror centered on the wall between the two beds. The mirror also suits the coastal design and reflects light from the lamp to make the space look bigger.
Love the look of this antique mirror and just about everything else in this living room. Those herringbone floors…
A great way to display a collection of vintage mirrors. And the shelves are really clever too, allowing you to change the arrangement as you wish.
This is the first time I’ve actually seen a mirror in a kitchen. How about you? It does look great over the fireplace in this Victorian home designed by Annie Brahler.
I like the intricate design of this mirror used over a little desk that doubles as a workplace and makeup table.
It’s such a classic look to place a mirror over a fireplace and this round, simple mirror works well in this interesting living room.