Mirrors in Interior Design

"An interior is the natural projection of the soul." - Coco Chanel 

Open the door to a world of lighting possibilities by adding a mirror to every room. A reflective surface bounces light around a space, so a mirror is the ideal element to create a total reflective bliss. Use your walls and mirrors to create a sense of space in a room with fewer windows, imparting a feeling of depth that longer walls provide on their own.

Mirrors are a great way to make your space feel bigger and more open. But, they can be tricky to use in the home. There really is an art to using mirrors properly and effectively. With our mirror, you can have the best of both worlds. You'll have a beautiful mirror that will make your space look bigger and more open, but you'll also have the convenience of being able to adjust it to any angle you want. 

This blog will explore the different mirrors stylings you can use in your interior design schemes, and also touch on how they affect lighting and furniture placement.

Create Mirror Illusions

One of the easiest ways to make a small room seem more significant is a mirror. So how do you know which one is the perfect fit for your space? It's simple, really--the right mirror is proportional in width to the length of your wall. And if you're trying to cover up less-than-stellar patches or want to add some depth, try a floor-to-ceiling mirror on the wall opposite your window.

Mirrors and Lights

Light plays an important role in creating a sense of space and variety. When hanging your mirror, try to find a central place where it will reflect the most light indoors. The best place to hang a mirror is in natural light, such as near a window or other covered opening. 

Mirrors and Lights

This helps to reflect the light around the room.

For example, The Curved Cheval mirror is a perfect bedroom dressing mirror.

Small Imperfections x Mirrors

Mirror, mirror, on the wall... Instead of updating an entire room to reflect your new style, simply update a mirror to get the same look. Ideal for renters who want to put their personal touch in a space without making costly or permanent home improvements.

Decorative Mirrors 

These decorative mirrors create the illusion of extra space and can be hung vertically or horizontally depending on your specific needs.

Decorative Mirrors

In addition to hanging them in bathrooms, they are also a part of many home designs, such as hallways, dining rooms and more. So, whether you want to brighten up a room with decorative accents or have a need for additional mirrors in your bathroom, this mirror is perfect for you!

For example, Our popular French Antoinette bedroom suite is a timeless classic and its unique brass flower design features on the top of this freestanding hinged mirror.

Visit Hudson Furniture for a variety of mirrors that you can incorporate into your interior design.