Decorative Mirrors – Mirrors are an easy way to add depth and vitality to your home. For example, adding a mirror opposite a window or lamp can help fill a room with light; and placing a decorative or framed mirror above a mantel provides a focal point for a room.
Framed Mirrors – Mirrors come in many sizes which do not necessarily have to correspond to the size of the room, as a large mirror can make a small room look larger.
Full length mirrors have long been used in bedrooms, restaurants, dance studios, and exercise rooms to make smaller areas seem larger. Frames come in many designs, shapes, styles and colours and our bespoke service means you can order them to your required size.
Frameless Mirror – This type of mirror is typically attached to a wall using Mirror adhesive, Screw fixings or JClips . They provide a simple but effective mirror enhancing dark corners of the home and adding energy and vibrance to living spaces.
Round or oval mirrors can present both a modern and traditional look whether framed or unframed. The rounded edges of a round or oval mirror provide some curves which are a lovely juxtaposition to the straight lines of a dresser, chest, or table. In general, choose a mirror that is just smaller in width to the furniture it is hanging above.
Bathroom Mirrors – An essential element in any bathroom and will always be included. But this doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be given some consideration in conjunction with the overall style of the room. Mirrors should always be placed above the vanity, of course, but that doesn’t mean they must be the standard rectangle
or that the cannot be found elsewhere in the room. Think outside the box and try a unique shape for your mirror above the sink. Experiment with placing two mirrors instead of one above a double sink. A full-length mirror on the door, wall, or easel is useful in the bathroom as well if there is room for it.
Bedroom Mirrors – Having a large mirror in the bedroom can help spread light and make the room appear larger. It’s also an obvious and most convenient place to have a full-length mirror.
Placement is important here; for a major visual impact, lean a large mirror against one bedroom wall. The reflection will make the entire room look and feel larger. To make the most of natural light, place opposite a window. Add a mirror on a wall behind a chair or nightstand to depth and character.