SUNA BLOG POSTS

 

Find us on Facebook Follow us on Tiwtter Connect on LinkedIn Share with us on Pinterest

How to select a feature mirror (posted 8th July 2015)

Not only can a mirror be a feature on a wall, it will also enhance the room by making the space feel bigger as the view it's reflecting is effectively repeated back again. With this in mind how do you select a feature mirror for a space?


Firstly have a good look at the room and decide whether you'd like a floor standing mirror or one that hangs on the wall. Secondly refer to images from Pinterest and your favourite interior magazines for inspiration.


Our 'top-tip' is to be bold and a bit daring! Have a look at some of the ways in which we've used mirrors in our designs to create an enhanced space.


How to select a feature mirror
The white-framed mirror in this bathroom is subtle and reflects the dark tiles in the bathroom.


How to select a feature mirror
To increase space on your dressing table, hang a mirror on the wall.


 How to select a feature mirror
This ornate, over-sized mirror creates a luxurious feel in the room, while making the space feel much bigger.


How to select a feature mirror
The long mirror subtly gives the room added depth.


How to select a feature mirror
This selection of round mirrors flanks the headboard, creating moments of interest in the room.


How to select a feature mirror
The collection of circular mirrors with gold frames helps to create a luxurious and sophisticated space.


How to select a feature mirror
These larger circular mirrors add another dimension to the wall and give diners facing it something extra to keep them entertained. 


How to select a feature mirror
An ornate and interesting mirror hangs in this hall.


How to select a feature mirror
An oversized mirror adds a luxurious touch to this living room.


How to select a feature mirror
The large mirror hanging over the sofa reflects the artwork on the opposite wall (two-for-one).


How to select a feature mirror
The mirror in the living room gives the effect of a further window, while the mirrors in the passage add additional interest in the space. 


Happy mirror hunting!


Lucinda

 

FOLLOW OUR BLOG