While there are many ways to use mirrors in your home, they are commonly found in entries, closets, bathrooms, and hallways. However, there really are many more places that could benefit from mirrors than you might think of when you are building or remodeling your home. Framed mirrors can be added in a bedroom, a family room, or even an area where you might not have initially planned to add a mirror in your finishing work, but that now seems like just the finishing touch it needs. Framed mirrors really can be a charming finishing touch to any room of your home.
In fact, some would suggest that every room is fit for a mirror. There are several reasons behind this thought. One reason is a concept shared with any exceptional performing arts production or visual art media: Use your lighting! Mirrors are a great way to amplify the pleasant look of a room by increasing the lighting effects in that room. Mirrors also add extra motion and emotion to a room. Have you ever noticed just how much mirrors change the way we act or react? It might not have caught your attention directly, but that is part of the beauty of it. Mirrors are a subtle way to enliven a space.
A mirror ties more of the room together and changes how you perceive the dimensions of a room. Often when you walk into a room with a mirror – be it wall to wall or a framed mirror – it adds a certain sense of depth and space to the feeling of the room. Consider hanging a mirror where you would find it natural to hang a piece of art. In short, framed mirrors can amplify space, light, and life in a space. Consider where you want “just a bit more” in your home and then consider our selection of Virginia Mirrors.