Mirror, mirror

Mirror. Because don’t we just love ourselves? Or, at least, to stare at ourselves. Fortunately,  this beautiful piece is more than just an object of vanity and self-adoration. For a while now, the mirror has been turning into  a statement about – you guessed it-  ourselves: our taste, our financial status, our state of mind. No wonder it is also called “vanity”.

Mirrors leave the impression of a much spacious room, add symmetry and balance and increase light if placed properly. Mirrors can be incorporated successfully in almost every room of the house, under the condition that the design looks like a whole.

Here is a selection of not just mirrors, but statement-pieces which define the entire design.

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Modern faceted mirror for a sleek, polished look
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Large size round (or oval) mirror: adds character to a simple design and works just fine for a reading space, as it enhances the light
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Go bold and hang not just one, but multiple pieces. This is part of designer Raul Martin’s own apartment
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The Floor mirror
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This kind of mirror complements and compliments the linear design of the bedroom
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Again, be bold!
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Does magic across a dark painted wall

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