How to make a room feel bigger?
Aside from soaring ceilings and gigantic windows, there is no better friend to a small space than a well-placed mirror. Expanding walls, amplifying light, breaking up visual clutter, mirrors can be used to solve most any design dilemma. Perhaps that’s why we feature their awesomeness so often.
Not all of these examples hail from tiny spaces, but all the same tricks can be easily employed in these spaces’ smaller sisters to similarly brilliant effect.
Here you will find some examples of smart ideas to use mirrors in a small room. Take a look and get inspired!
1. Layered With a Console
If you have room for a console, you have room for a tall mirror. Make the most out of it by layering a wall-busting mirror behind your console.
2. Displayed Window Style
Mirrors shaped like windows trick the eye into thinking that the space is lighter and larger than it really is. Look for options with beautiful details, like this arched and paned pair!
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3. As a Headboard
Instead of something traditional, experiment with alternative headboard ideas, like this large antique-style mirror.
4. From the Window to the Wall
Try leaning a large mirror on the opposite side of your largest window.
5. In the Dining Room
Instead of art, consider hanging a floor-length mirror horizontally to open up the space.
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