How to incorporate mirrored furniture into your home decor


Mirrored furniture

Mirrored furniture can add an interesting element to the décor in your home. It can give your home a little bit more of a retro or even modern feel, depending on what and how you use it. To some, mirrored furniture may seem a bit tacky, and I agree to an extent. I think that a little touch here and there can actually benefit the overall look in your home. It all depends on what you use and how you incorporate it.

A really simple way to use mirrored furniture in your home would be to pick out a small mirrored chest that you like. It could be solid mirror, or have just have mirrored doors. You could put the mirrored chest near the entryway of your home, and place a vase of fresh flowers on top. Or you could use one as an end table in your living room or a night stand in your bedroom. Any of these options would be an easy and toned-down way of using mirrored furniture in your décor.

If you are looking to create the illusion of more open space in a smaller room in your house, you can simply hang a large mirror that you like on a solid wall. If you want to go all out, you could try a decorative mirrored wall panel. This could be mounted on the wall, or simply placed in corner of your home that especially needs some decorative attention.

Just make sure that you use mirrored furniture sparsely, because you don’t want yourself or your guests to feel as if they’re in outer space. A little touch here and there can add a special touch and even create the illusion of openness in a smaller room.

Written by Ruby Lancer

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