Square or rectangular framed mirrors are the most commonly available but don’t limit your ideas for decorating with mirrors to only these shapes. Round mirrors can be used as a central focal point in rooms and make spaces feel more relaxed and inviting.
A gallery wall, including an ornate gilt mirror and photographs by Marsha Lebedev Bernstein, make a statement in the master bedroom of designer Kimille Taylor's Upper West Side apartment.Other highlights include a Hästens bed dressed in linens by Sferra and Olatz, circa-1970 side tables by Milo Baughman, and a lamp by Taylor.
View in gallery. In some of the spaces mirrors are actually a must-have. For example, a bathroom without a mirror is incomplete and not at all practical. Given all of that, we suggest exploring some cool mirror decorating ideas which basically let you turn this practical accessory into something that’s also beautiful and eye-catching.