You have decided that you need a large wall mirror on your home. At the hall entrance, dining room or living room, those are common places where usually a large wall mirror fits well. But now you are looking for the right mirror. There are several different types of large wall mirrors. Several different shapes and several different materials.
Since using a large wall mirror is a great solution to add more visual dimension to the space and create an elegant, yet relaxing atmosphere in your home, we’ve decided to make an article about shape and material ideas for a large wall mirror.
Shapes that mirrors come in are almost endless, limited only by the ability to cut the glass. The shape of a mirror should depend on the dimensions of the room, the style of the furnishings, and the preferences of the consumer. Mirrors can also be trimmed to fit snugly next to existing architectural moldings, such as ogee moldings.
Standard mirror shapes include:
Architectural (rectangular mirror with a curved top)
When it comes to the materials most commonly used in mirrors, apart of the obvious glass, there are almost no limits to the creativity on materials usage. So we’re only gonna present two kinds of mirrors materials, wood and copper.
There are infinite combinations for shapes and materials when creating a mirror. Creativity should be the base for it. And then you may want more that the traditional plane mirror shape, like a convex mirror or a concave mirror.
When it comes to choosing shapes and materials for a large mirror you should always know what your home needs, finding an aesthetic balance between the large mirror and the room where you are using it.
Hope these BRABBU tips can be helpful in your future interior design decoration!