|Image from Pottery Barn
|Image from Candice Olson Divine Design
Here are a couple of bedrooms from one of my favorite decorators, Candice Olson. She often uses mirrors in her designs. Here again, in both photos, she flanked the bed with mirrors.
|Image from Candice Olson, Divine Design
|Image from Candice Tells All-HGTV - Candice Olson
Here are a few more tips for using mirrors effectively:
1. Multiply the look of a gorgeous chandelier by placing a mirror behind it.
2. Place a mirror across from a window to bring more light into a room.
3. To make a hallway look longer, place a mirror at the end of the hallway. To make a hallway look wider, hang mirrors along the side walls of the hallway.
4. Place a mirror in an entryway. Not only will it make your entry look larger, it's great for taking one more look at yourself before you leave the house.
I'd love to know how you use mirrors to beautify your home.