Decor Hack of the Day: Tabletop Mirrors
Style your vanity counters, foyers, dressers, and bathrooms with mirrors
Tabletop mirrors are added for its practical purposes -- like for example, when we put on makeup and other accessories. With just a couple of accessories, you can create a charming vignette.
"Framed mirrors are great accessories on countertops. It may be on consoles, dressers, or built-in shelves. Use a mirror with a big frame as a backdrop for small accessories. Place small-framed mirrors in between other accessories to form a grouping," says interior designer John Vigilia.
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1. Make sure you have a sturdy table.
Large-framed mirrors must sit on top of surfaces that are sturdy enough to hold the weight. For additional precaution, you can secure the mirror with a reusable clay adhesive or Blu-Tack.
2. Keep it simple.
When creating a tableau with a mirror, keep it classy and simple. Keep in mind that a cluttered arrangement will look doubly cluttered with a mirror in the background.
3. Choose the perfect location.
Use a decorative mirror to place around the house where you think sunlight is lacking. The reflective surfaces will bring natural light in.
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