A large wall mirror visually expands the room and provides a way to make sure the exercises are being done correctly, while also reflecting the graphic mural that provides movement to the large opposite wall.
The master bath includes a tabletop magnifying mirror that lights up when approached, simulating natural light with full color variation for flawless makeup application. The open doorway to the right of the shower offers a view into the attached master closet.
Transform a modern mirror into a spooky, antiqued looking glass with this simple technique. In a gothic black frame, it's perfect for Halloween, but this mercury-glass look can work year-round if you use a warm wood, silver-leaf or gilt frame.
Designers often use oversized mirrors in small spaces to help reflect light and make the spaces feel larger than they actually are. A twist on this idea is to choose architectural-style mirrors which create the illusion of an extra window or door.