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8 Creative Ways to Use Mirrors in Your Home by Kimberly Duran

If you really want to amp up the wow factor, why not consider creating an entire wall of mirrors? Use panes of wood to create an eclectic panel of geometric shapes to add interest. This kind of look may be best left to the professionals, however, to really get a fabulously high-end look.

from Decor Fácil

Bancadas para banheiros e lavabos

nice massive space with good sizing, also big opening helps more natural lights but will reduce the privacy for the space, texture on the floor and walls is fantastic choice, also loves the spot lights io top if the mirror

from Lamps Plus - The Nation's Largest Lighting Retailer

Textured Relief 36" High Silver Wall Mirror


I love giant mirrors {or art} that are leaned against the wall instead of being hung. Gives a room a different feel.

from TheSnugOnline

His Majesty Jonathan Adler's Top Design Tip for Small Spaces

TIP! Put a full-length mirror in a corner. It doesn't get any simpler than this and it's an excellent choice if you can't put holes in your walls to mount it. Add lights at your own discretion, though we highly encourage it! via @POPSUGARHome

from Architectural Digest

The Essence of Light

MIRRORS. WHY: The mirrors make the room like a lot larger and it makes the room look more open and fresh. DEF: often used to cover one wall in a room for accent and can make a small room appear large.

from Luxe Interiors + Design

Top 10 Most Popular Luxe Bathrooms from 2015

5: A Modern Gray Bathroom in Miami, FL A new window allows natural light into the master bath, and the room was reconfigured to better suit the owners’ needs. Cabinetry by Davila Woodwork was outfitted with Lefroy Brooks hardware and a countertop fabricated by Dynamic Design & Services.