A bold and gorgeous mirror can be the focal point of a room. Designer Andreas Charalambous of FORMA Design uses this extra-large mirror to "reflect the light from the balcony below and to serve as a last-minute check point as the owners head out to work," he says. "The mirror itself becomes the artwork in this minimal set up." Even a large wall mirror can bring simplicity to a space if used correctly.
The best use of light and angles is implemented in this neutral attic bathroom by designer Robert Keijdan. A dark brown wood-framed mirror hangs over a freestanding antique white vanity, while a simple modern light fixture hangs above the mirror.
This master bathroom features all-over neutral tones, giving it a light and airy feel. The vanity boasts ivory slatted front cabinets paired with a sand-like countertop, while a wall-to-wall wood framed mirror gives the space a larger appearance. Matching brushed bronze sconces flank the mirror.
Update your standard bathroom mirror. Use molding to build a frame around your old mirror for a chic way to update your bathroom decor. Strips of tile are also a great option for mirror framing, especially if you can integrate it into a backsplash.
The ornate wooden frame is a real show-stopper in this crisp room with white walls. The frame surrounds a mirror that reflects the sitting area and art in the living room. A low, fabric-covered bench provides extra seating room in the clean space.