<p>Mirrors are perfect for reflecting the beauty of a room while adding dimension, light, and style to any decor. Here are some beautiful examples of how a mirror can take a room to the next level.</p>
Emily Clark's Regency Eagle Convex Mirror adds an unexpected detail to her beautifully styled built-ins. It's a nontraditional place to hang a mirror, which adds even more interest to her gorgeous office.
Add a gorgeous statement mirror behind your nightstand. Having the morning sun reflected in a large, shiny surface -- especially if you are lacking windows and light -- could brighten up your gloomy bedroom. Mallory of Style Your Senses expresses her personal style perfectly with this gilded faux bamboo beauty. Photo credit: Laura Sumrak.
Sunburst mirrors are seen in decor everywhere, and they are here to stay. Kimberly of Swoon Worthy added some glamour to her stacked wood faux fireplace with this oversize convex sunburst mirror. It makes a big statement that perfectly falls in line with Kimberly's eclectic and bold style.
An entryway is of course one of the most common places to add a mirror because you might need to glance at yourself before heading out the door. Jennifer of Dimples & Tangles embraces her bold and colorful style by adding this thick, ornate frame to her entryway vignette. I love how all the elements and her favorite colors play so well together.
Sarah Dorsey's bright and light signature style is reflected in this pretty Serena & Lily-inspired white DIY mirror, which was made out of mat board. You can find the step-by-step instructions on her blog.
There usually isn't a lot of interest in builder-standard bathrooms or powder rooms, which is the reason why I decided to paint the walls dark in my children's bathroom, add a mirror that I found on Craigslist, and paint the frame in a bright red. It is perfect for my children, who love the added color.
Pam of Simple Details has a lucky hand with finding the most amazing items on Craigslist, which is where she found this huge, ornate mirror. It takes center stage as a focal point that immediately turns this eclectic living room's reflection into artwork. She added even more interest by placing a second mirror on the opposite side, which creates a lovely, continuous reflection.