In addition to the primary function of the mirror – to look ourselves, the mirror also has a function that makes a big difference in the space. Small spaces make it larger, and darker spaces make it lighter. But before doing any of the above, you should properly place the mirror on the wall. Before you begin, keep in mind these very important things. First, keep in mind when choosing a mirror that not all mirrors are made to be mounted on the walls. Some mirrors look better if they are lying on the wall and placed on the shelf or on the floor. If the mirror is in the corridor, it is most often above the small table and next to the space where you leave the coats. This position is good because it creates a welcoming feeling, the hallway makes it bigger, and it is practical for you to look at it again before you get out of the house.
If you have a fireplace in the home, hang a mirror approx 10 inches above the fireplace. In the bathroom the most commonly are used framed mirrors and often appear too simple. To add a touch of heat and elegance to your bathroom, designers advise you to opt for a mirror with some cool frame that you will hang over the washbasin. But sometimes, you don’t need to spend a lot of money to have amazing mirror, it is enough to have some old mirror and to use your imagination and creativity. Check out below some fascinating DIY mirror designs and you will remain inspired!