Mirrored wall ideas

Transform your room with these stunning mirrored wall ideas. Add a touch of elegance and create the illusion of a larger space with these creative and inspiring designs.
A geometric mirrored wall conceals closets and storage spaces, which are located behind the touch latch mirrored doors.

While the general "bones" of this studio house were good, London-based interior designer Michael Reeves rearranged the home to allow for a larger kitchen and bathrooms,more hidden storage and better flow between spaces. With the addition of foldingglass doors to the terrace, artwork and a tonal grey and taupe color palette, Reevescreated a tranquil home tucked away in a garden oasis, just a stones throw awayfrom the vibrant Portobello Road and the bustle of London's Notting Hill.

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ابو محمد

" Who knew mirrors could look so good!" When I first started the process of building my home, I knew I wanted a statement piece in my dining room. I had seen projects where people were doing this mirrored paneling, so when I saw that my builder had did a similar mirrored wall in his home, I knew I had to have the same

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Lori Busto
Making Mirrored Walls Modern: Seven Ideas to Steal | Apartment Therapy Home Décor, Interior Design, Home, Interior, Mirrored Wall, Mirrored Walls, Mirror Wall Decor, Mirrored Wardrobe, Mirror Designs

Michael Reeves via Dering Hall We all know that mirrors are fantastic for making a space appear larger than it is. It goes like this: available light + reflective surface(s) = much more light = greater sense of space. The problem is that a mirrored wall can sometimes feel vaguely commercial, or even cliche, if the application is off. Here are seven mirrored walls that are anything but, and that pack a big (spatial) punch as well. The lead image is of a Michael Reeves-designed home in London.

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Bri Murray