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When decorating, wall mirrors go way beyond the bathroom. In fact, thanks to their ability to enlarge and brighten spaces, they’re every decorator’s secret weapon. In a windowless room or dark area, a mirror can act like a window frame, bringing much-needed ‘breathing room’. Got a living room that feels a little cramped or dull? Place a wall mirror opposite a window. It’ll refract light, really opening up and brightening the space. 

Mirrors needn’t be the conventional rectangular or square shape. A round mirror works the same magic with light, while its curved shape adds warmth and visual interest. Round mirrors soften the angles of reflective glass, bringing a sense of visual balance. While they’re often placed above a chest of drawers or mantelpiece, they look just at home as wall décor above the bathroom sink or at the end of a hallway. One on-trend look is to hang one oversized mirror in the living room or dining room. The circular shape makes a good contrast to furniture with clean, straight lines. 

To easily add a sense of opulence, you can’t go wrong with a decorative wall mirror. Place an antique-look mirror over your dressing table as part of a vignette of vintage items for old-world charm. With decorative wall mirrors, make the most of metallic frames. A silver finish looks stunning within a mostly white colour scheme. Gold is great for creating a sense of luxury. Brass will add a pop of colour contrast on a bold blue wall. 

Another wall décor idea is to use mirrors as wall art. Place an assortment of shapes and styles on an accent wall for a statement look that requires minimal effort to achieve.