Here are some ways you can incorporate mirrors into your interior design to add a unique twist to your décor:
Spruce up your staircase by adding mirrors to the front panels of each step. All you need to do is to buy cheap unframed mirrors and cut them to size for a minimal, modern look. Another option is to use mosaic-mirrored tiles, which will definitely create a sophisticated and unusual feature.
If you are one of many who work from home, you would end up spending the majority of your time in your home office or at your desk. As such, you should spend time decorating it to your taste. Create an unusual feature for your desk by replacing the glass top panel with a mirrored one. If you prefer a more subtle look, you could add mirrors to the drawers instead.
Incorporating mirrors into your garden will make your outdoor space feel bigger, particularly if you invest in mirrored fencing around the parameters. Mirrored fencing panels will admittedly take extra effort to keep clean, but they will give the illusion that your garden goes on for miles.
In a child’s bedroom, a fun feature to add is a wall of different curvy mirrors, similar to the ones found in a fairground’s funhouse. It will provide hours of entertainment when your child’s friends come over to play, and no doubt it will be endless fun for them to watch their reflection morph into funny shapes.
Adding mirrors as panelling above kitchen worktops is an effective way to make the room look bigger. Paired with white cupboards, mirrored panelling will look minimalist and modern, and it is inexpensive to boot.
This article was first published in the iProperty.com Malaysia May 2016 Magazine. Get your copy from selected news stands or view the magazine online for free at www.iproperty.com.my/magazine. Better yet, order a discounted subscription by putting in your details in the form below!