Clusters of Mirrors

Clusters of Mirrors

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Lily Gahagan
Apr 22, 2009
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Everyone knows adding a mirror to a room can create the illusion of a larger space, but what about a whole group of mirrors? We say the more the merrier.

Group a set of mirrors closely together to create the feel of a larger space, or artfully arrange them further apart for a stylish (if not as illusory) effect.


Shown above:


  1. An arrangement of circular mirrors adds a "bubbly" point of interest to this room from Houzz.

  2. Apartment Therapy Boston featured a similar style using circular mirrors from CB2.

  3. This grouping (located in a closet-turned-office) is made up of mirrors gathered at local thrift stores which were then pulled together with a few coats of high gloss red paint.

  4. Break up a mirrored wall with moulding or hang smaller square mirrors evenly from ceiling down for a polished look and to create the illusion of more space. Via Best Designers

  5. ...Or try scrunching a bunch of square mirrors together for an easy (and inexpensive) headboard, like this one made with Ikea mirrored tiles from Sunset Magazine.

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