Mirrors are an essential part of home decor, and not just in the bathroom.  A mirror not only adds light and brightness to a room, it can act as artwork and bring a sculptural element to a space.  When hanging mirrors, consider what it is they’ll be reflecting.  Avoid hanging a mirror in a place where it only reflects empty wall or ceiling space.  The size, shape, and frame of the mirror can be chosen to make a big impact or to complement the overall design.  Here are some examples of mirrors that have caught my eye recently!

This 1800s French mirror reflects the home's beauty. By Sharon McCormick Design.

This 1800s French mirror reflects the home’s beauty. By Sharon McCormick Design.

Design by Interiors by Steven G.

Design by Interiors by Steven G.

Iris Mirror by Brabbu.

Iris Mirror by Brabbu.

Design by John Jacobs Interiors

Design by John Jacobs Interiors

Addicta Mirror from Koket.

Addicta Mirror from Koket.

Marie Therese Mirror from Boca do Lobo.

Marie Therese Mirror from Boca do Lobo.

Design by Nate Berkus.

Design by Nate Berkus.

Mirror as art. From New England Home.

Mirror as art. From New England Home.

Glam Floor Mirror from Nieman Marcus.

Glam Floor Mirror from Nieman Marcus.

An ornate bathroom mirror. From Traditional Home.

An ornate bathroom mirror. From Traditional Home.

Which mirror style is your favorite?

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