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Mirrors are a favorite enhancement in bedroom design. When well placed, they act as "windows" that bring light and beautiful views into the home. Mirrors can enhance your sense of safety by providing a view of the door when you can’t directly see it. Mirrors can also "correct" or camouflage architectural challenges such as poles, angles, and corners, as well as visually enlarge small areas like foyers and hallways that would otherwise feel very confining.
If you use it as the main decoration, you can set it up to cover all parts of the floor. However, if it is only as ornaments, put carpet in certain spots such as in the corner of the room or under the bed. Do not forget to pay attention to the carpet material to obtain the proper way to take care of it. Carpet is suitable for all types of floors ranging from tile, wood to marble.
It is important to choose mirrors that are one uninterrupted piece of glass. Beveling around the outside edges is fine, but mirrors cut into small segments, foggy or broken antique mirrors, or mirrored tiles that distort images aren’t recommended. Along the same line, all your mirrors should reflect your entire face, with several vertical inches to spare. Obviously, in a shared home, mirrors need to be installed to accommodate the shortest and the tallest adults in the household. (Tiny mirrors that are not used to reflect your image are an exception.) Seeing a full, clear image of yourself tends to enhance your self-esteem, whereas mirrors that fracture or distort your image have the opposite effect.
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