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The Best Furniture Styles to Pair with a Silver Mirror

The Best Furniture Styles to Pair with a Silver Mirror

Silver framed mirrors come in a huge range of different shapes and styles, from the modern funky to the rustic antique, so you can fit them in with virtually any interior design or style of décor. That said, some designs will produce a sublime effect paired with the right silver mirror! Here are a few different ideas for pairing silver mirrors with your design style:

Art Deco

Art Deco is most often associated with golden accents and bronze-like hues, but a silver mirror can pair beautifully with an Art Deco interior! Art Deco design incorporates sharp lines and geometric patterning, usually featuring strong symmetry and plenty of 90-degree angles. Choosing a mirror that reflects these design notes will leave you with the perfect final touch to a gorgeous design.

Modern Chic

Modern Chic borrows from several other schools of interior design, such as minimalism and mid-late century modern styles. Modern Chic celebrates neutral colours, and tends toward a particular affinity for greys and beiges. A simple, straight silver mirror will add a lovely touch to this design without providing an imposing presence on a minimalist interior. Depending on the particular interior, a circular or oval shaped mirror may also fit perfectly, as could a square mirror with rounded off corners. Modern Chic doesn’t hide away from straight edges, but certainly doesn’t feature them as strongly as Art Deco and similar styles. So, a rounded off mirror could be the perfect addition!

Medieval Gothic

Medieval Gothic is a very specific aesthetic that highlights dark woods, wrought iron, sterling silver, and black or other dark tones. A silver mirror pairs exquisitely with this interior design, especially those of a more fanciful antique design. This could be anything from a most subtle addition of a carved silver wall mirror, or something more imposing, like a freestanding full-length mirror with clawed feet and a huge frame. Old, ornate silver mirrors are absolutely perfect for Gothic interiors, the bigger the frame, the better! For a truly unique statement opt for an irregular shape, like an overmantel mirror with a curved frame decorated with scrolls.

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