Bathrooms:This is one place that is a must for mirrors and you can experiment with the different shapes that are available today. There is a myriad of colors, designs, styles and shapes even with fitted lights. Choose the right mirror based on the rest of the bathroom décor. Bathroom mirrors can either make the room look small or big, better or more comfortable.Entryways:This is actually a clever place for a mirror, you can check how you look before leaving the house and guests can catch a quick glance before they enter yours. Mirrors in the entryway have always been complemented by adding a small cabinet where you can keep the house keys, car keys or your mobile phones. This is the first décor item that guests notice when they walk into your home, so a little thought should go into accessorizing this mirror. Choose one that is ornate but do not add too many decorative items that will clutter the entryway. You can put many differently shaped mirrors in a horizontal row on either wall of the entry way for a unique look.Living rooms:This is a place where you can get really creative with mirrors; you can have full length ornate mirrors that act as a decorative item and also a place where you can get a quick glimpse of your self before leaving for work. Today you can get mirrors that are shaped like certain objects like a butterfly, flowers etc. that is perfect for wall décor.Bedrooms:This is another room where you need to have a mirror; you can have a mirror on the wardrobe, the dresser and even a full length one in the corner if you have the space for it. In this room, mirrors have a functional use, but this does not mean that you have to compromise on style. Here you can even have the wall mirrors of mirrors wall decals or décor also.Large rooms;If you have a very large room, you can lean a mirror against a wall; you can also lean many differently shaped mirrors in various designs that you can put together like as display that will alos fill the room with light.]]>
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