Mirrors are a great addition to interior decoration, and what better way to enhance those than to use framed mirrors.These combine the beauty that the mirror glass brings and the quality of the fr…
Mirrors are a great addition to interior decoration, and what better way to enhance those than to use framed mirrors.
These combine the beauty that the mirror glass brings and the quality of the frame that suits the style and overall look and feel of the room.
If you are already using framed mirrors, you can also change or update the look of the room or space by changing the frames. There is no need to buy new mirrors to keep the room design cohesive in all of the elements. A quick frame change can do the trick.
Here are some things to keep in mind when it comes to using framed mirrors:
Where can I install framed mirrors?
These can be installed in almost any room and any part of the house. Think about the overall theme of the room and find a suitable framed mirror. Put one over your vanity table in the bathroom to have a nice bath decor. Make full-length mirrors more elegant – and sturdier, too – by adding frames. There are a lot of other interior design possibilities with the use of framed mirrors.
What are the different types of frames?
There seems to be an endless list of frames that you can use for different types of mirrors – regardless of size, shape, and style. Again, the frame type can depend on your design. There are ornate and vintage-inspired frame mirrors that are usually pale gold, white, silver, white gloss or gold to achieve that elegant, vintage look.
There are also modern mirrors that usually look simple and clean on their own, but produce great effects to any room. Go to the showroom of mirror framing shops or let them bring the frame samples to you through the in-home consultation. This will enable you to visualize how your mirror will look like in each room or space using different frames.
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