Decorating Your Home With Contemporary Mirrors
Who’s the chicest of them all? What better way to tie a room together than with a decorative mirror that not only adds a little pizzazz to that dull room but elongates any room it adorns. (Not to mention the hours of gawking that will have you singing “Tra-la-la-la-la” faster than Vanity Smurf.)
Show off that reflection of your self-style with an array of mirror designs ranging from antique baroque to contemporary collage styles. With such a prismatic spectrum, how does one pick that perfect looking-glass?
Adding a touch of color to the antique feel of a baroque mirror really livens a room making it hip and modern. We especially love the standalone quality of this mirror which automatically opens up any room regardless of size.
Beautifully crafted mirror with intricate curved carvings really gives off that old-world vibe and a sense of romanticism.
Revamping an antique mirror with a monochromatic stain or paint screams sophisticated vintage.
Shine on with sunburst mirrors which are the perfect wall decor that live and breathe, “Fashion before function.” These mirrors liven any room up and are great attention-grabbers.
This modern take on every carnie’s favorite optical illusion will shock and amaze your guests through their multi-beveled three-dimensional design.
Another tribute to my personal favorite of East meets West, the River Mirror overlays light-stained natural wood accents atop this rectangular mirror.
So, whether you’re decking out that modern-day bachelor pad or paying homage to your vampire-lair decor with baroque style accents and organ music, remember these important tips: never ever step through the looking-glass, vampires have no reflections, and breaking a mirror is seven years bad luck. Other than those three pieces of cautionary advice, happy decorating!
Below are some modern contemporary rugs to go with your beautiful contemporary mirrors
This interior design blog post about contemporary mirrors was published by Nazmiyal Antique Rugs, located in the heart of Manhattan, New York City, NY.