Modern interior design coupled with changes to our lifestyles has meant that the humble mirror is not confined to the vanity cabinet anymore. Mirrors are a great way of adding space and light to any room, as they naturally reflect any form of available light. All that primping, preening, and brushing, requires a practical mirror with adequate coverage and light. This is especially useful for the bathroom, as they tend to be small and poorly lit rooms, that benefit from the illusion of space and light that mirrors bring.
Mirrors are typically manufactured from a sheet of glass with a reflective coating such as silver or aluminium attached and sealed to the rear. The glass is non-reflective and scratch resistant - the perfect surface to protect the coating for many years.
Mirrors can now adorn practically every room in the home, with a dizzying array of shapes and sizes to choose from. This includes round, oval, square and rectangular designs. A large variety of styles also exist, including contemporary, modern and traditional, with framed and frameless options. Choosing a mirror for an existing space, room or home should be governed by the furniture, fittings and fixtures that already exist. A heavy and elaborately framed Venetian gold framed mirror might be out of place in a sleek modern bathroom, so choose with an eye on the existing theme of your interior décor. Large mirrors which dominate a whole wall, or a number of walls, are a popular option for enlarging smaller bathrooms. Candles, plants, vases and a variety of household objects can also benefit from being placed in front of a mirror, which amplifies their size and enhances the atmosphere of the room.
Clean your mirror with warm water, vinegar or a commercially available glass cleaner, taking care not to use an abrasive cloth in the process.
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