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The Whole Wall Mirror Effect

10May12

Mirrors bring light into a room, especially when placed opposite an existing window. They can even mimic windows when hung like panels and decorated with window treatments. A large wall mirror becomes a focal point, reflecting back the entire room resulting in a depth of space that makes a living room or bedroom feel expansive.

                      

This doubling serves a second purpose in Feng Shui, where a wall mirror that reflects something good  - think a treasured family portrait or beautiful objet d’art picked up on your travels - that positive energy will be doubled, too.

                      

Here a framed wall mirror blends in nicely with the ceiling moldings.

                         

This room is all about doubling the space. A whole wall of mirrors conceal cabinets for added storage. Clever solution!

                              

This classic fireplace is beautifully framed by a whole wall of mirror tiles.

                      

In this beautiful dining room design by Patricia Gray, she used a clever combination of a glass table, acrylic chairs and an oversized mirror to widen the space.

                      

Another very elegant dining room by Patricia Gray includes a huge mirror reflecting the amazing Murano chandelier.

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For more information about Interior Design email Marie Burgos at marie@marieburgosdesign.com, and visit www.marieburgosdesign.com.


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