Mirrors are an inexpensive way to make your rooms live larger than their actual size. Use a group of decorative mirrors or one large mirror to create the illusion of depth by reflecting space and light, which will brighten your room. Mirrors also serve more functional uses in the bedroom and bathroom.
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