Not only to create the illusion of large space, but mirrors are also handy to use in any decorative ideas. As closet doors? Walls? We have discussed them before, but now let’s see how mirrors work as backsplash and furniture or accessories.
Utilize Mirrors As Backsplash
Using mirrors as a kitchen backsplash will be a thing again. Either you have farmhouse style kitchen or minimalist one, mirror backsplashes will spruce the space up. This antique mirror backsplash is able to lighten up the space and in the process make your bar catchy and mesmerizing.
It’s understandable that mirror backsplashes are becoming a thing again since they can be fitted to any cabinet style and color just like this example.
Install a mirror backsplash in your vintage kitchen to add more style to the space. Coupled with brass fixtures, you will get a refined look.
Your antique mirror tiles can be turned into a backsplash to slap a more modern look in your kitchen. Just look at this example and do copy it if it suits your style.
This broken mirror backsplash is an attention-grabbing addition in your kitchen. It’s whimsy and can be dyed easily on your own.
Mirror Furniture and Accessories
Mirror in furniture or accessories makes an eye-catchy decorative idea. Sideboards, coffee tables, bedside tables, either way, will make your space look glamour and chic at the same time like this look for instance. This mirror bedside table is a chic addition to the bedroom interior.
A mirrored vanity combined with a large mirror will make a brighter bathroom or mudroom.
A mirrored vanity and two matching ones blend swimmingly with white marble around the space. It’s a minimalist solution for every minimalist design lover.
This ultra minimalist mirror cube table has no edges and frames. It surely will emphasize the minimalist look you adopted for the interior.
The vintage sideboard is clad with mirror, featuring crisscrosses. It helps to create a chic and refined look.