Can you really have a bedroom without a mirror? It would feel strange, almost like losing an arm. Bedroom mirrors are a key part of home decor, and most crucially, they can transform a bedroom from dull to dazzling. No doubt, a beautiful accent for bedroom furniture, here are the different ways that you can use bedroom mirrors in interior design!
Take your bedroom beauty styling to the next dimension with Hollywood mirrors! Adding instant glamour and timeless style to any bedroom interior design, luxury mirrors elevate a room’s look to new heights. Perfectly complementing any bedroom furniture, Hollywood mirrors such as Modern Mirror Design’s Suzanna Mirror, come with glistening LED bulbs and a dim switch for amazing lighting and a celeb touch. If you’re looking for glamorous bedroom ideas, look no further than a Hollywood mirror. Like illuminated mirrors, they inject extra light in a room.
Mirror Wall Tiles
Decorating with luxury mirrors such as mirror wall tiles make a real statement in your bedroom. Not only do they amplify bedrooms with ample light and space, they can help to focus the eye in a room. A statement object in the bedroom, from glistening mosaics and art deco to a mirrored backsplash, mirror wall tiles really spice up the bedroom.
For some interior design inspiration in your bedroom, consider a sunburst mirror! These spiked solis mirrors display real decorative flair in a bedroom and look great positioned above beds such as this Kyoto bed. They were popular in the 1960’s and are making a real stylish comeback lately.
If you are looking to inject some tradition into your room or add an elegant finish to your bedroom style, consider an antique mirror. They add true extravagant glamour and are a great relic in any boudoir. Antique mirrors are a thing of beauty and really vamp up a bedroom’s interior design with its rustic decor element.
It goes without saying that standing mirrors make bedrooms seem larger by amplifying and enlarging space! If placed in the right spot, they add serious drama and dimension in bedrooms. Standing mirrors are space savers, as they free up wall space and some cleverly designed standing mirrors with a slight upwards tilt have a shelf for storage space behind the mirror. On top of all this, they are durable and long-lasting. Top tip – place a standing mirror in between two bedroom windows (if you have two!) to trick the eye into thinking there are 3 bedroom windows and to maximize upon the bedroom’s natural light.
Mirrors can make any space feel bigger, brighter, and more glamorous. In fact, they are truly magical, with all kinds of mirrors uniquely uplifting a bedroom’s interior design in different ways. For more bedroom, interior design ideas, check out Modern Mirror Design’s mirrors for the latest in contemporary design.
Laura Driver is a content writer for Modern Mirrors. Originally from Newcastle and now living on England’s south coast, she is an experienced copywriter, regularly publishing articles on topics ranging from retail, weddings, art and interior design, to technology, science and construction.