Reflect This: Mirrors in Modern Rooms
A single massive mirror leaning casually against the wall, an ornate gold framed one above the fireplace or a treasured collection turned into a stunning gallery wall, all work well in stylishly beautiful modern rooms. Mirrors of all sorts, valued for their reflective qualities and visual impact, can be used with great success to infuse beauty and light into any modern room.
When it comes to mirrors, multiples can be captivating. Here, in a modern living space, two sets of identical mirrors are separated by a tiny mismatched version hung low for an unexpected look.
In this chic modern living room cheeky art flanks a classic gold-framed mirror. For those wondering if artwork and mirror frames must match in color and style, this room offers an affirmative visual answer.
Even a modern bath can benefit from the addition of a massive floor mirror. Just remember large mirrors are very heavy and need to be safely anchored. Professional help might be needed here.
For many, there is no mirror more beautiful than the sunburst in all its design iterations. For your inspiration we present this stunning example of that beauty in a modern setting.
Frameless mirrors can be tricky to hang, but the satisfying results are worth the time and effort. Decorator’s Notebook offers handy tips for hanging a display of frame less mirrors.
If this amazing collection of mirrors is any indication, one can never have too many different mirror frames, shapes, sizes and colors. Aren’t the Fornasetti mirrors stunning?
If you’re wondering how to insert a chunky square-framed mirror into a wall gallery of small photographs, look no further. The designer of this modern entryway has done a brilliant job. The snakeskin mirror becomes the focal point while the diverse array of black-framed photos plays a supporting role beautifully.
SAS Interiors offers dozens of ideas for gallery wall layouts in their post on 'useful ideas and layouts for photo gallery walls'.