A good mirror can be your best friend in a small entryway, bathroom, or a mudroom. It will add more light to a small space and give the illusion that the room is larger than it is. Of course, hanging a mirror in the entryway is practical, too. It’s an extra opportunity to check your appearance before running out the door. We suggest picking something bolder, or more whimsical and playful for your entryway. It’s the first space visitors occupy, so let it make a good impression!
Bigger is better! We are seeing lots of oversized mirrors being hung in entryway spaces. Look for unique mirrors with different shapes and colors that create an element of surprise and can become a conversation piece.
Do you have a small wall you need to add dimension to, or are you looking for something other than artwork to fill a space? Try a grouping of mirrors or weave them into a gallery wall with artwork, family pictures, and wall shelves. A group of smaller mirrors (stick to odd numbers) is perfect to use behind sofas or on smaller walls spaces you’re not sure how to decorate. Intersperse some small floating shelves and add greenery
for a lush, natural feel.
We are seeing groupings of geometric shapes or mirrors that add dimension and interest. Think dramatic black walls with interesting shapes of groups of mirrors. This is a great trick for basements where you want to create the illusion of more light in what is oftentimes a dark space.