Mirrors can be used excellently as a decorative element. The spatial effect that can be achieved with it makes a mirror so special. A mirror increases the space and adds extra light. A mirror still has something mysterious. The placement is extremely important for the effect you want to achieve. There are four principles:
If you want to make a space seem wider, then place the mirror on one of the walls of the narrow area. You might even consider placing a mirror on both walls. However, do not do this at very narrow spaces, the reflection over and over again will arrange for a very restless picture. At a space that must seem longer, place the mirror on the short wall. For a spatial effect is one important rule is using mirrors of a proper format.
You can add a mirror for the lighting effect and better distribution of the light. By placing one or more mirrors in the right place you can reveal Dark corners. The presence of natural light plays a crucial role in this. Make sure that the mirror on a wall where the light falls on it. Preferably no direct sunlight!
First, look where the daylight is the most available and present for the longest period of time during the day. Now that you know what wall is suitable, you can locate a large mirror for you.
Playing with light and reflection is in itself an extra decorative element. Mirrors come in many sizes, shapes and colors. Obtaining something really special is not that difficult. Mirrors sometimes serve as an eye catcher. Mirror of special shape instantly catches the eye. A number (2 or 3) smaller mirror can be placed in a group. Repeating a form reinforces the impression. A mirror can be a certain part of the room, a plant, an accessory or can reflect a particular view or accentuates.