Round mirror – while often utilized to give a person’s reflection, are functional decorating tools. Mirrors can make small spaces seem bigger and can bring more light into a room when placed opposite a window. Rectangular and round mirrors can meet the specific needs. Hot glue big buttons to each corner of the back of a framed rectangular mirror to serve as feet. Place a mirror on a chest of drawers or a bathroom as a decorative surface to hold toiletries. Hang a rectangular mirror in a vertical position on a small wall at the end of a hall or in a hallway to visually increase the amount of space in the area.
Measure the length and width of the back on square shelf shelves and have mirrors cut to fit the room. Place mirrors in the back of the shelves to add visual depth. Items placed on shelves will be reflected in the mirrors. Hang round mirror over a rectangular shaped chest of drawers or small table to soften angles in a room. Use a rectangular mirror to duplicate and highlight angles on square furniture.
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Good advice and warnings for use square and round mirror in a room, when placing a mirror over a fireplace, hang it from a wire so you can angle downwards to reflect something of interest in the room. Vertically positioned mirrors work well in homes that have lower ceilings by giving the illusion that the ceilings are higher than they are. Horizontally positioned mirrors will emphasize the horizontal space in the room. Avoid hanging or placing mirrors where they will reflect a glare from a window or light stand.