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Find your own unique design style – decorate with mirrors

Find your own unique design style – decorate with mirrors

Home design is very personal. One of the big trends interior designers are seeing, especially as people move to downsize their lives, is to decorate with mirrors. Without mirrors, we wouldn’t be able to do little things like check our clothing and make sure our hair is just the way we like before we start our day.

Designing with mirrors can add dimension and function to every room. The Spruce Company offers 16 ways to design with mirrors. Interesting ideas for everyone – not just for people who might be downsizing.

Here are a few of our favorites:

  • Mirrors in a gallery wall. Mirrors make a wonderful addition to gallery wall displays, especially when they’re featured as the central attraction. If you consider adding a TV Mirror as the central attraction, even better. When in use, it’s a smart, flat screen television. When not in use, it becomes part of the room décor. Smart furnishing – 101.
  • Mirrors in unexpected places. Walls and floors might be just the perfect place for mirrors. Embracing mirrors as a design feature opens up a whole new realm of possibilities. Consider a doorway mirrored in a metallic sheen to give the space a new layer of character, as well as some much-needed warmth.
  • Stick with the classics. A large, round mirror is a beautiful addition to any understated room with an abundance of style and charm. Mirrors are versatile. Play with them.

Be sure to check out the other ways to decorate with mirrors. And the next time the fashion bug bites, try out some of your very own.

Mirror, Smart Mirror on the wall

According to House Beautiful magazine, mirrors are the most searched-for products on its interiors marketplace. Guess it makes sense because most homes have mirrors in almost every room. Typically wall mirrors perform four basic functions: artistic expression, enhance the size of a room, brighten a space or to reflect specific items in the room for emphasis.

A beautiful mirror can be the focal point of a room. Designer Andreas Charalambous of FORMA Design uses extra-large mirrors to “serve as a last-minute check point as the owners head out to work,” he says. I have mirrors at each entry/exit point in my home for just this purpose.

Some people use mirrors as art. According to Daily Art Magazine, people have always been fascinated with their reflections. Many famous artists used mirrors to create their most beautiful works of art. Sometimes mirrors are used to hide something from view, but more often mirrors are used to emphasize something in the space.

A large wall mirror can also bring simplicity to a space. Some mirrors even have dual purposes to maximize impact in a small space. It’s now possible to have TVMirrors in your home that not only make an artistic statement as a mirror, but becomes a fully functioning, smart flatscreen television at the touch of a button. TVMirrors are ideal for rooms that have limited floor space.

Whatever you need, there’s a mirror that adds beauty, depth and function to any space. And if you’re one of those people searching for mirrors on

Remember the Three Cs to make your Guest Room Holiday-Ready

The kids are back in school and the leaves are beginning to fall. The stores are beginning to look a lot like… Christmas. What???? Yes – the holidays are starting to make their presence known. Are you hosting the family gathering this year? If so, it might be a good time to check a few things off the list so you can concentrate on more immediate things when things get closer.

One easy thing to check off the list is getting the guest room ready for prime time. If your guest room is like mine, it takes a beating over the summer. It’s the place where all the extra boxes, blankets and toys end up after busy weekends. In no time at all, it’s easy to clear the clutter. Then look at the room and consider the three Cs (Comfort, Convenience, Consideration) that will guarantee your guests have a wonderful experience in your home.

Comfort. Is the bedding comfortable? Do you have enough pillows, blankets and throws to warm up the room? Many stores have special sales leading up to the holidays, so make sure you have everything you need to make your guests feel warm and cozy in their room.

Convenience. Sometimes your guests hope they’ll have access to items they’re used to in their own homes. Blow dryer. Large mirror. Fresh water. Special body lotion. Even a television in the room. One easy way to add the convenience of home to a guest room is to add a TV Mirror. When in use, it’s a fully functioning flatscreen television. When it’s off, it’s a beautiful mirror. All the conveniences of home at your guests’ fingertips.

Consideration. How many times have you stayed in someone’s home and just wanted a few minutes of peace and quiet. If you’re like me, taking a few moments to meditate or gather your thoughts is critical to being your best self. Add a lounge chair and ottoman to the room, if space permits. Consider adding a wave machine, fresh flowers or organic scented oils to allow your guests to create a spa-like zone in their room.

There you have it. The three Cs that will welcome your guests when the holidays roll around.

Want a smart kitchen, but have a small space? TV Mirrors have you covered.

Everywhere you turn, things are getting smarter. That goes double for smart features in your kitchen. High-end refrigerators that give you recipes for items inside, wireless meat thermometers that tell you when your meat is the perfect temperature, crock-pots you can adjust with an app and so much more.

Yes, kitchens are getting smarter all the time. But what if you don’t have the space for all those smart tools or the budget to replace appliances that work perfectly fine, but don’t have all the cool, new features? My kitchen appliances are all around 15 years old. The refrigerator keeps things cold. The stove works well and the dishwasher gets things clean. Plus, my kitchen happens to be about the average size of kitchens in condos and apartments (around 150 sq. ft.), so it doesn’t give me much space to store cool new gadgets.

Right now, I use my tablet when trying out new recipes or accessing various applications, but it’s frustrating because it’s so small. Plus, there’s just not a good spot on my counter that protects it from splashes (or grandchildren).

That’s why I was thrilled to learn about TVMirrors– the perfect solution to add smart features to your kitchen without taking up valuable counter space. When the TV is on, it’s a fully functional smart TV. You can access all your apps, blogs, recipes and how-to-videos whenever you need them. Because it’s mounted on the wall, there’s no need to worry about spills or little fingers touching something they shouldn’t. And when it’s off, it’s a beautiful, decorative framed wall mirror that blends effortlessly into the room.

Now, that’s a smart idea!

 
 
 
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