Make an Interior Design Statement Using Custom Mirrors

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Custom mirrors offer limitless ways to accent the interior design aesthetic within your home’s layout. When strategically placed, they not only form new focal points that energize your space, but also become a conversation starter that wows guests.

Make an Interior Design Statement Using Custom Mirrors

Here are some unique ways you can use custom mirrors to make your home feel curated, collected, and undeniably you:

  • Mirror Paneling. Paneling is an interior design method that involves covering a full wall with a collage of custom mirrors in various shapes and sizes. This helps create the illusion of a larger, brighter space. Furthermore, the fragmented reflection from multiple mirrors adds visual interest and depth versus one solid and slightly intimidating mirror.
  • Mixing Art with Mirrors. Another way is to incorporate mirrors into your art collection, by either choosing framed mirrors or ones with painted embellishments. Hang them beside other wall art to complement the artistic feel. Their reflections will accentuate the colors and dimensions of the surrounding décor, thus adding vibrancy to your home.
  • Placing Mirrors Opposite Windows. You can also strategically hang custom mirrors directly across from windows to maximize natural sunlight. The mirrored glass will reflect and amplify incoming rays to brighten up shadowed corners or illuminate hallways.
  • Use Smooth-Shaped Mirrors. One criticism of rectangular mirrors is their predictable, rigid design. With custom mirrors, you can soften up boxy rooms or harsh corners by installing oval, round or wavy mirrors. Their curved edges introduce movement, which helps these spaces feel more fluid.

At First Class Glass and Overhead Doors, we will offer you a complete design and installation of any custom mirrors that you’ve set your sights on. If you live in Fredericksburg, Texas or the surrounding areas, contact us today to get started on your project.