4 Ways to Brighten with Mirrors

Make your home feel light and spacious with these tips on decorating with mirrors.

Wall of Mirrors

Wall of Mirrors

Wall of Mirrors

Create a gallery wall with a collage of round mirrors and wall decor. Trace and cut out contact paper in the size of each piece, then peel the backing off and play around with the arrangement by sticking them to the wall. Then add picture hangers through the contact paper, peel it right off, and hang up your frames. You can also mix things up by leaning a mirror or two against the wall.

Tip

Use masking tape and a level to create even spacing and line up edges.

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Leaning Mirrors

Leaning Mirrors

Leaning Mirrors

Lean floor mirrors against a wall for an easy-going contemporary-meets-boho vibe. Place a real or faux potted plant next to one of the floor mirrors for an unexpected visual treat. To open up a small living room or bedroom, opt or full-length mirrors with simple yet elegant wood frames. This breezy, studio-inspired look is easy to achieve, and always feels fresh and light.

Tip

Try an oversized leaner mirror in a corner of a bedroom to add dimension.

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Bathroom Refresh

Bathroom Refresh

Bathroom Refresh

Large mirrors are a surefire way to reflect the most light into any space, helping it look bigger and brighter. Adding a large or oversized mirror above a bathroom sink or vanity instantly adds the illusion of more space, making it feel lighter and more appealing. We love how the sleek frame, rounded edges and minimalist design of the framed wall mirror brightens up this understated industrial bathroom.

Tip

Groupings of smaller mirrors can also brighten your bathroom space.

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Make an Entrance

Make an Entrance

Make an Entrance

Hanging a mirror in an entryway instantly sets a welcoming tone for your home. Entryway and foyer mirrors can help brighten things up by reflecting light and making the space feel bigger than it is. Some entryway mirrors even feature built-in hooks and storage, upping their practicality quotient. And most importantly, entryway mirrors make it easy to double check your appearance on the way in and out.

Tip

Frameless mirrors are a great way to complement entryway decor without overwhelming it.

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