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mirrors - helpful info
A mirror is a unique and fascinating object. Wall mirrors not just reflect but transforming reality, creating illusions, adding mystery, accentuating beauty.
Mirrors in our homes are usual objects. In front of the mirrors, we are fixing ourselves in the morning, glancing in the mirrors while living the home. We are using reflective qualities of the mirrors as part of the daily routines, often, without realizing the importance of the mirrors in our interiors. You can think of mirrors as they an extension of your home, after all, mirrors known for their qualities to visually expand existing space, and, by reflecting light, mirrors softly illuminate space.
The process of choosing style, shape, size, and frame finishes of the mirrors should be taken seriously. While choosing mirrors, you always should keep in mind how a specific mirror will affect an overall filling of your space and what kind of visual effect is desired. For example, a long oval vertical mirror is visually extending the height of the room, while similar horizontal mirrors will make the space appear wider.
Decorative mirrors are more purely about style and less about function than almost any other object in a room. Regarding style and function, it is not that one is more important than the other. It's more that one makes the other more significant. But, curiously, wall mirrors are one of the few decorative items with no apparent aesthetic value; but if mirrors have a handcrafted frame, they instantaneously becoming a masterpiece. Framed mirrors are just like paintings, the composition of which depends on the reality in front of them.
Use of Mirrors in Interior Decorating
Skillful use of mirrors will create harmony in your home. Lately, antiqued mirrors have become very popular. Unique mirrors in antiqued frames have a sense of history, they carry a certain quiet charm and at the same time add sophistication to a room. The antique finish on the mirror's frame highlighting its design, bringing alive even the smallest details, and making an overall appearance of the mirrors more elaborate.
Some decorative wall mirrors have not only an antique finish on the frame but an antiqued glass also. Antiqued mirrors draw us into the room much the same way that light coming through a window from the far end of a room does. Antiqued mirror glass is very seductive. Trumeau mirror with antiqued glass is not only softens an image, but it also makes the image quite romantic as well. We might even imagine that the aged mirrors are holding untold secrets from the past.
Mirrors are alluring. Mirrors seduce people to straighten up and cock their head slightly and feel a little more, glamorous. If you ever sit in a restaurant with your back to a mirror and with your partner opposite, you begin, to understand just how seductive mirrors can be. It's hard for your partner not to keep glancing into it, ever so subtly.
Decorative wall mirrors add style to any room by giving guests glimpses of themselves throughout the party - improving their demeanor ever so slightly. Mirrors make a room seem friendlier. Classically designed mirrors have a quiet dignity about them like a grandfather clock. Mirrors add movement to a room by doubling the movement of the curtain in the breeze. Mirrors expand your view.
Convention tells us that mirrors should be hung in the center of a wall at head height. No matter how decorative mirrors are, we usually hang mirrors in places where we can easily look into them. We use mirrors to check our appearance before we enter a room. We use quality mirrors to make a small space appear larger. We use mirrors to announce the arrival of guests before we actually see them in person. We even use them to cover up imperfections on a wall. Using mirrors as purely decorative objects not reflecting anything, in particular, is a great decorating device. A mirror can take the place of a painting in a wall arrangement. Mirrors can act as a foil for a beautiful frame that you want to show off. You can hang mirrors high or low, or in multiples.