When in doubt…fill your empty wall with a mirror! Not only can mirrors amplify a small space, they reflect light, and they are a clean, neutralizing alternative to a colorful art piece. If you are trying to complete a room that already has a lot of color (because, last i checked, many rooms have four walls, not just one to decorate!) a mirror is designer-approved solution. Let’s think outside the box, here – because mirrors come in all shapes and sizes; you have your sculptural or iconic mirrors:
source: Sunday Sisters
…as well as the simpler ones that are perfect for clustering.
source: Practical Enrichment
If you want to create your own decorative mirror for your wall, you can do that too! I am in the middle of a mirror project myself. I would highly recommend following directions that you can find here.
Source: Cottage Love
I am in the middle of assembling a mirror to hang over our mantle…but I won’t even tell you how I’ve gone about it. Let’s just say there have been some roadblocks, and my mirror is currently decorating my living room floor.
As always, if you hit a roadblock & need professional help, call Patsy – she can handle a little redesign or home staging, any day! (If you botch a DIY project, however – sorry, friend, you’re on your own!)
If you want your home to glow, the colors to flow and the clutter to go, contact Patsy Overton Interiors. 770-843-2307 Accredited, Licensed, Insured.