So, you've made it through the holidays and, with the exception of the playoffs and the new and improved body you've vowed to create this year, January and February tend to be the gloomiest and least exciting of all the months. So now is the perfect time to beat the winter blues by spicing up your decor and adding a little excitement to these otherwise dark, cold days!
Mirrors are the perfect way to do just that! They're great for making small spaces feel more spacious, they reflect light (which is even more critical during months with limited sunlight), and best of all, they add glamour and interest to an otherwise dull room. The best part? You can easily incorporate some mirrored elements into just about any room without breaking the bank....check out these designs below, including budget-friendly buys to recreate the look.
1) The look: A set of square or rectangular mirrors adds an unexpected focal point reminiscent of Hollywood Regency style.
Where to buy? At $29.99, Target's "Mirror Framed Mirror" is a cheap and chic way to mimic this look.
2) The Look: A single, large-scale mirror over the bed creates drama with little fuss. An added benefit? Your significant other will absolutely love the new addition to the bedroom...
3) The look: Varied shapes and sizes of mirrors create a cohesive look with matching frames.
Where to buy? For a similar look, try the 'Molger' mirror set from Ikea, priced from $29.99 to $89.99. With a variety of sizes and a paintable frame, the possibilities are endless!
4) The look: Black framed mirrors grouped above nightstands flank the bed to create a contemporary and masculine vibe.
Where to buy? Wal-Mart's "Canopy Square Beveled Glass Wall Mirror" is almost an exact match to the ones pictured above. And at $39.97 each, they're anything but a budget buster!
5) The look: A set of round mirrors adds depth to a foyer or empty wall.
Where to buy? At $131.99, Organize.com's "Gold Leaf Convex Wall Set" are a perfect, yet affordable addition to a traditional decor