Having a mirror in the sitting room or living room has always seemed like an excellent idea. It allows us to increase and improve the light circulation of a particular space. Also, it can be a real trick to give the impression of enhancing the volume of a room. Depending on the size of the mirror you place, you can get amazing results. Usually, we have two main ways to put mirrors in the living room.
On the one hand, we can opt for a large one. This will immediately increase the sensation of space as well as the level of light. The great mirrors are perfect in places where we do not have much light, and we must potentiate it. On the other hand, if we choose small mirrors, we can use them in specific places that we need to illuminate as an entrance. We can also put together several small mirrors and recover the same dynamics as if it were a large one.
A large mirror
When it comes to placing a mirror in the living room, the choice of a large one can help you open the perspective with a spectacular visual and light flow. You can place it on a wall in front of the light source or directly on the floor to create an entirely different atmosphere.
One or several small mirrors
If the ideas of a huge mirror in your living room do not love you, you always have the possibility to bring a little more light if you opt for several of smaller size. In this case, you can put them all on the same wall or arrange them on different walls to play with the prospects.
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