In this article, I’m suggesting some interior design ideas. Within this article, the mirror is viewed as something functional. There is also obviously a decorative purpose into the mirror. But sometimes these points can be forgotten.
Suppose there’s a little room e.g. a small-sized bathroom. It’s used by the guy for shaving for example, to wash teeth. However, when a bit is really obviously functional as the mirror, there are ways to produce the mirror more decorative. I’m saying here that somehow, it is easier to make something so functional as the mirror in this bathroom setting into something cosmetic. You can aim to have a mirror with a portion of ornamentation or you can choose to have a particular kind of glass for your mirror.
However, when a mirror is really obviously functional, it is possible to add mirrors which are more cosmetic in aim. You can have for example, mirrors at the foot degree. You can have mirrors which only demonstrate the stomach level.
The mirror is ribbon:
In the living room, a lot of times the mirror is place above the fireplace and if you think about this, there seems to be something cosmetic relating to this. It’s decorative in the feeling that the mirror seems to be the main decoration. It’s a central piece of decorative furniture and even though its purpose is obvious, decoration seems to be the primary purpose. If the main reason is cosmetic, then it is possible to add to the inside by using other mirrors in a more functional setting and showing up the decorative aim of the central mirror above the fireplace. Again in this living room setting, it is possible to show up the performance and decorativeness of the mirror object by adding mirrors at foot level along one of the walls.
Another inside design idea is to set a folding mirror in the corner. . A kind of triptych of mirrors which fold inwards… Another thought is to have a mirror on one wall continuing into the additional walls; Different effects can be used- e.g. two long rectangular cushions of equal dimensions at the corners of each wall…or else the cushions do not have to be the same size at all. The mirror then is function and decoration. What about the mirror as distance as a thing that creates distance.
This is a famous intention of a mirror. Whenever you’ve got a large space e.g. a hall it is possible to use mirrors in different ways to produce more space and you can aim for this effect in small spaces like an ordinary living room. Then the mirror can be utilised in such ways as to create the inside. This can be achieved when you can find mirrors along a whole wall. There can be constant mirrors along a wall or just long vertical or vertical rectangles of mirrors. You can take a mirror, subsequently wallpaper then a mirror again. If the area is square, the corners of the space should have some design element. The corners of the rooms are in which the walls ‘float’ and inside design effects can be used to emphasize this region. The mirrors emphasize in some way the central space however, the side corners can also be emphasized through items e.g. lampshades…
The mirror then is distance…and it is function. . And a great interior design idea is to look at the mirror in a living area. If the mirror is above the fireplace, ask why it is there. Can it be for decoration or function or a different reason or probably a mix of all three. In a living room, you may be unintentionally using the mirror as a central decorative thing but you aren’t bringing out the full effect. This may be on account of the mirror itself or overall bad interior design planning for your room. In interior design, the intention of the room is a significant idea. The issue of having a definite purpose for your room arises whenever you are taking a look at your room and its own distance. The mirror needs to have a particular purpose and this purpose can be drawn out through the way the mirror or mirrors merges with the colour tones in the room as well as the overall distance and additional furniture of the room.