Mirrors provide an instant decorative update and are a quick and easy way to maximise light and space in your home. Here are four ways to get the most from your looking glass
In the dressing room.
Fix a glass sheet onto a dividing wall to demarcate your wardrobe area. For similar lighting, try the ‘Warm White’ LED strip.
Position a mirror adjacent to windows to reflect daylight into a room. Here, a slither of glass cut to fit from floor to ceiling draws the eye upwards, accentuating the height and depth of the space. This one is mounted on a right back board, but if your surfaces are completely flat you could hang your mirror directly onto the wall. Either way, it should be firmly secured.
Design your own reflective artwork that doubles as a mirror. These brilliant self-adhesive hexagonal tiles come in silver and copper tones.
In the bathroom.
Where space is at a premium, multi-purpose mirrors come in handy. This polished-steel design acts as a radiator and heated towel rail.