Stylish Ways to Decorate With Mirrors in the Bedroom
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Including a mirror in a popular design, such as the gorgeous starburst mirror seen here, is a great way to incorporate trends without having to fully commit.
Wide Open Spaces
For major visual impact, lean a large mirror against one bedroom wall. The reflection will make the entire room look and feel larger.
Let Light In
To make the most of natural light, place a mirror opposite a window in the bedroom.
Out of the Box
Try using a mirror in an unexpected place, like behind your nightstand, for a look that adds interest without overwhelming.
Using a large mirror in the bedroom not only creates the look of more space, it also adds depth and appeals to the overall aesthetic.
Choose multiple mirrors in varying shapes and sizes for a look that is fun, bright and not too fussy.
Create you own vanity table by simply placing a decadent mirror on your favorite dresser, table or trunk.
Skip the objectionable mirrored ceiling, and opt for a sexy mirrored room divider instead. Placed in the corner, it exudes elegance and romance in a tasteful way.
Mirrors can bring a lot of energy into a room, so when it comes to mirrored furniture, there's a fine line between chic and tacky. It's best to stick to one main mirrored piece, like this cool dresser that doubles as a bedside table.
Form and Function
Is there ever such a thing as too many mirrors? Not if the closet doors in this sweet and feminine bedroom have anything to say about it.
Create a beautiful, one-of-a-kind headboard by using a large mirror with an interesting shape and delicate details.
Despite their function, mirrors can simply be used as beautiful decor and placed alongside other favorite objects, as seen in this funky bedroom by designer Emily Henderson.