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The Best Mirror Size For You

The Best Mirror Size For You

A mirror can completely change the look of a room and create a great aesthetic if the style fits nicely. Choosing the right mirror for a room is key, so today we are going to cover different sizes and styles of mirrors, and which is best for you.

Hallway

If you like to have a quick check on how you look before you leave the house, then having a mirror either in the hallway or on the back of your door is a great way to make this possible! A small mirror will fit on the back of any door nicely and will usually go unnoticed unless made into a part of the design. If you want to have a mirror that stands out, then a mid-sized rectangular shaped mirror in the hallway would also be a great addition, providing a larger view and acting as a more noticeable part of the hallway.

Bedroom

A bedroom is a great place to have a mirror, as it is where you get ready and where you want to see how you look when trying on different outfits. A large sized full-length mirror works perfectly in a bedroom, providing a full view so you can see the full outfit. As well as that, full length mirrors can come with very aesthetically pleasing styles, which can add a lovely touch to a room. Having a small table or vanity mirror is also a great choice, especially if you have a desk where you sit at to get ready!

Bathroom

Having a mirror in a bathroom is essential. Whilst getting ready and brushing your teeth everyone looks at themself! In a bathroom having a medium sized square or rectangular mirror above the sink is a perfect option, providing you with a great view from the best location. Or, if you want to go with a more subtle choice, having a small extendable mirror attached to the wall is a great way to combat a lack of space while having a less imposing presence, and being able to move it closer can be ideal as well.

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