The room in the house most likely to have a mirror is the bathroom and everyone has one of those. Even the reflection on the back of spoons are used to check eye make up on a regular basis and if you’re into interior design you will know how important it is to have mirrors in the house. Mirrors create an illusion of space and light that may not have been there before and this can add sheer volume to a previously small room. They allow rooms to look bigger than they are and if you know where to buy decorative mirrors then you will be able to add a little embellishment and pizzazz to your home. When you decorate your home adding mirrors through the house can reflect your intent to add space and light and choosing the right mirrors for each room can be rather difficult. You want to choose the right colours and size and making sure the mirror doesn’t take up the entire wall as well as not having it too small can be hard. Your mirror in your bathroom should never be too big, enough for viewing head and shoulders. The mirror in the bedroom is usually a floor length mirror so as to critique outfits before a night on the town but no matter which sized mirror you look in, you should make sure you look at yourself and do it daily! Never shy away from the honesty of a mirror; they are the best ones to tell you if you are wearing an outfit that doesn’t suit you and they’ll also be brutally honest with you about your make up choices.
As we said above, mirrors are brutally honest and some people go so far as to cover them up so that they don’t have to see their reflections and that is not the way to go. It doesn’t matter what you look like you should never allow the mirror to tell you that you are anything less than absolutely perfect! Unless you are dressed in a plastic bin bag and covered in rubbish, you can pretty much guarantee the mirror won’t show you that. Mirrors tend to be not only in the bathroom but on hallway walls, bedroom dressing tables and usually you can find large antique mirrors and buying them for the living room above a mantelpiece. Mirrors feature in all of our lives everywhere you go and before you can love the person in the mirror you have to love yourself.
Living room mirrors always tend to have flowers nearby and reflecting any plant life or flowers in your home can actually make it look more nature-friendly and beautiful. Mirrored photo frames can have the added bonus of making little lights bounce around the room; incredibly pretty and fun for the cat in the house. Making the most of the mirrors in your home is the best way to have your home look it’s best.