Apart from the first function of mirrors – looking at ourselves, at the same time, they also have the feature of showing the area they are in. They make small spaces appear larger and brighten dark spaces as well. Of course, in order for it to perform all these functions, you must first place the mirror on your wall correctly. There are a few small details to keep in mind before you get started. First of all, before you buy a mirror, you need to remember that not all mirrors are designed to be mounted on the wall. Some mirrors look much better off the wall, on a shelf, or on the floor. For example, mirrors in the hallway are usually placed on a small table or on a shelf next to the part where the coats are hung. Positioning the mirror this way is good because it creates a more inviting environment, allows your hall to expand, and gives you the chance to check yourself in the mirror a few times before you go.
If you have a fireplace in your home, you can hang a mirror about 10 inches above the fireplace. Framed mirrors are often used in bathrooms and this mirror looks a bit too simple. To add a warmer atmosphere to your bathroom, designers recommend using cabinet mirrors in your bathroom. Of course, in some cases you don’t need to spend a lot of money to have a very nice mirror, all you need is an old mirror and a little bit of imagination and creativity. You can see the mirror models that we have compiled for you below that you can make yourself and start getting inspired!