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5 Circles mirror with gold frame | MalletandPlane.com5 Circles mirror with gold frame | MalletandPlane.com
5 Circles Mirror Sale price£89.00
Copper Round MirrorCopper Round Mirror
Copper Round Mirror Sale price£79.00
Artisan Furniture Cubby 5 Slot MirrorArtisan Furniture Cubby 5 Slot Mirror
Cubby 5 Slot Mirror Sale price£125.00
Granary Royale Rustic Wooden Mirror Frame - MalletandPlane.comGranary Royale Rustic Wooden Mirror Frame - MalletandPlane.com
Granary Royale Wooden Mirror Sale price£125.00
Honeycomb Mirror - MalletandPlane.comHoneycomb Mirror - MalletandPlane.com
Honeycomb Mirror Sale price£225.00
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Manhattan Window Industrial Mirror | MalletandPlane.comManhattan Window Industrial Mirror | MalletandPlane.com
Manhattan Window Mirror Sale price£175.00 Regular price£195.00
MYKONO Round mirror with leather strap
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Robin round wall mirror with nest effect frame in black metal | MalletandPlane.comRobin round wall mirror with nest effect frame in black metal | MalletandPlane.com
ROBIN nest effect mirror Sale price£190.00 Regular price£225.00
SERGE Mirror with 1 Shelf - MalletandPlane.comSERGE Mirror with 1 Shelf - MalletandPlane.com
SERGE Mirror with 1 Shelf Sale price£125.00
Pineapple Carved Square Mirror - HouseOfBoffin.comPineapple Carved Square Mirror - HouseOfBoffin.com
SOANE Carved Square Mirror Sale price£125.00
Soho Round Wall Mirror 100cm - MalletandPlane.comSoho Round Wall Mirror 100cm - MalletandPlane.com
SOHO 100cm Round Mirror Sale price£125.00
TRIBECA Round Wall Mirror 80cm - MalletandPlane.comTRIBECA Round Wall Mirror 80cm - MalletandPlane.com
Yuzo light mango wood mirror | MalletandPlane.comYuzo light mango wood mirror | MalletandPlane.com
Yuzo Light Mango Mirror Sale price£225.00

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Mirrors

Can you put a mirror in the hallway?

Hallway mirrors are a popular entryway decor addition. Many people choose to hang a mirror in their hallway as it helps to reflect light and make the space appear brighter and more open. However, before you go out and purchase a mirror for your hallway, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First, consider the size of your mirror. A small mirror will get lost in a large hallway, while a large mirror can make a small space feel cramped.

Second, think about the style of your home. A traditional mirror will look out of place in a contemporary entryway, while a more modern mirror can help to give a classic space a fresh update. With these factors in mind, you're sure to find the perfect mirror for your hallway.

 

Where to put a mirror in the hallway

There's no question that mirrors are useful things to have around the house. They can help you check your appearance before heading out the door, reflect light to brighten up a space, and even create the illusion of more space in a small room. But when it comes to hanging a mirror in your hallway, there are a few things to keep in mind.

First, how big should your hallway mirror be? You don't want it to be so large that it dominates the space, but you also don't want it to be so small that it gets lost on the wall. A good rule of thumb is to choose a mirror that is approximately two-thirds the width of your hallway.

Next, think about the style of mirror you want. If your home is modern, you might opt for a sleek and simple design. If your home is more rustic, you might choose a mirror with an ornate frame. There are endless possibilities, so take some time to browse different styles beforemaking a decision.

Finally, consider where you want to hang your mirror. The most common spot is at the end of the hallway, but you could also choose to side-mount it or hung it high on the wall. Whichever option you choose, make sure that the mirror is hung at eye level so that you can see your reflection clearly.

 

Is it OK to put a mirror in the bedroom?

It is generally considered okay to have a mirror in the bedroom. Mirrors can be helpful for checking your appearance, and they can also make a room look bigger and brighter. However, there are a few things to keep in mind if you do choose to put a mirror in your bedroom. First, make sure the mirror is placed in a discreet location where it won't be the first thing you see when you enter the room.

Second, avoid hanging the mirror directly opposite the bed, as this can create an unpleasant feeling of being watched while you sleep. Finally, don't put a mirror near windows or other sources of natural light, as this can cause glare and make it difficult to see clearly. Overall, as long as you keep these things in mind, having a mirror in your bedroom should be no problem.

 

Where to put a mirror in the bedroom

Mirrors are a popular decorating item, and they can be used in many different ways to create different looks. When deciding where to put a mirror in your bedroom, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, consider how the mirror will be used. If you want to use it for getting ready in the morning, hang it near a window where natural light will reflect off of it and provide good illumination. If you're using it as more of a decorative piece, consider hanging it on a wall that doesn't have any other prominent features. This will help the mirror stand out and become more of a focal point in the room.

Another thing to keep in mind is the size of the mirror. A large mirror will make a small room look bigger, while a small mirror can be lost in a large room. Choose the size that best suits your needs and the available space.

 

How to decorate a bedroom mirror

Decorating a bedroom mirror can be a simple and effective way to add style and personality to the room. There are a few different ways to cover a mirror in your bedroom, such as using fabric, paint, or even wallpaper. For a more creative look, try using multiple small mirrors to create a collage effect. You can also use mirrors in the bedroom to create the illusion of more space. Hang a large mirror on one wall, or place several small mirrors around the room to make it appear larger. Whatever your style, there are plenty of ways to decorate a bedroom mirror to suit your needs.

 

How to use a mirror in the bedroom

Mirrors can be a great addition to any bedroom. They can help to make the room appear larger and brighter, and they can also be used for practical purposes such as getting ready in the morning. However, it is important to know how to use mirrors in bedroom in order to get the best results.

The best way to do this is to position the mirror so that it reflects natural light back into the room. This will help to brighten up the space and make it appear larger. In addition, mirrors can also be used to create the illusion of more space by placing them opposite each other. By positioning two mirrors opposite each other, you will create the illusion of an infinite reflections, making the room appear much larger than it actually is.

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