Mirrors are meant to reflect beautiful things.Not only ourselves, but nature and light. When used in design, they can be the main focal point in a room. There are an endless styles, and frames of beautiful mirrors for the seaside and coastal look. Some mirror can be used as pieces of art . Mirrors can make small rooms appear larger and ground a room . When choosing a mirror you will need to determine what is the main purpose of the mirror, is is to balance a look you are going for? Are you trying to create more light, or is it to make a space look larger than it is? These are things you will need to consider as well as the scale of the mirror in relation to the space. Here are some excellent examples of mirrors being used in great design.
This beautiful starfish mirror creates a modern coastal look
This beautiful oyster stick mirror embraces this sea life vignette.
This grand mirror over the mantle blends chic and vintage and balances the large bookcases
Seashell mirrors are a wonderful addition to a room at a seaside retreat.
Do Group mirrors together.
Make an elegant statement.. with an all white seashell mirror.
This mirror is letting more light in the room and is reflecting the outdoors.
These Shabby Chic mirrors are used as a headboard to make the space appear larger.
Porthole mirrors flank this entertainment center.
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