We are used to seeing mirrors over bathroom sinks and often in a foyer but here are 10 ideas for using mirrors in your home that might inspire you to think beyond the standard vanity mirror. There are all kinds of ways to use mirrors in your home these days that are a far cry from those old school mirror tiles. You don’t need to be a narcissist to want mirrors in your home, and mirrors can add some interesting effects to your home, reflecting light, the view out of doors and more!
This stunning bathroom wall almost looks quilted, doesn’t it? I wouldn’t want to have to clean this mirror, however, wait, I really don’t want to clean any mirrors. I want mirrors, I just don’t want to be the one that has to clean them.
These closet doors are wonderful, I could potentially do this to my closet doors in our modern condominium. The reflection here lightens an area that is not naturally bright.
This mirrored wall must be especially stunning when the doors are closed and the mirror is uninterrupted by the opening.
An oversized round mirror opposite a bed on a bedroom wall looks like a piece of artwork instead of simply a mirror.
Disguising under staircase storage with mirrored paneled doors is a great way to make the storage space disappear.
Wow, do these tall narrow mirrors make a statement in this bathroom. The heavy black trim coordinates with the black vanity and the black fixtures.
This is a modern take on artwork, and the light and view reflected is make a pretty focal point on this wall.
This may be a restaurant, however if you have an art deco styled home, this would be beautiful behind a banquette.
These elegant walls of mirrors and wood trim are certainly not your grandmother’s mirrored walls. Mirrors always add the illusion of space to a room and this bathroom is no exception.
This triptych of mirrors reflects the room and adds depth to the wall. Mirrors are normally found in our bathrooms, and often in our foyers, but here was a collection of all kinds of ways to add mirrors to your home. I have considered one of those large mirrors that rest on the floor, but with little grandchildren visiting, I would have to have it securely attached to the wall. Have you used mirrors in somewhere different in your home?