A mirror in the bedroom is considered a necessity. As well as checking your appearance, a bedroom mirror also helps to reflect light around the room and create an illusion of space. But where should you place the mirror? And what style works best?
Opting for a round bedroom mirror
The round wall mirror adds interest to a room with interior designers telling us that when you are opting for just the one mirror, opting for a round one is a great choice. And when it comes to size, choosing one that fits with the proportions of the room helps to accent its appeal.
When it comes to positioning the mirror, consulting with the ancient traditions of Feng Shui can help. As well as making sure that mirrors don’t face each other, you will also need to avoid a mirror above your bed and, if possible, facing your bed too. Also, try not to position it facing the door and don’t hang it on a south-facing wall. This might limit your options, you may think, but get the round wall mirror in the right place and it can make a real difference to the light in the room.
Which mirror suits your bedroom style?
Reclaimed wood furniture is the kingpin of many styles from rustic to contemporary and Scandinavian – and there is a delightful round mirror to match!
The Scandinavian furniture style is popular, especially for the bedroom. With its warm and familiar features, it makes for a calm, restful space.
There is no reason why you can’t have two mirrors in the bedroom (just make sure they’re not facing each other!) with this dressing table mirror perfect with oak bedroom furniture. The handy cutaway in its base is perfect for storing small items such as earrings and rings.
Wall mirrors are ideal, especially when fixed at a point that means you can check no hair is out of place as you leave you boudoir to face another busy day or enjoy a fun night out. And sometimes, simplicity is best, like this narrow framed large round mirror, perfect for sitting alongside the oak dressing table mirror.
If you would like a little more decoration and detail but don’t want to stray too far from the Scandinavian style, the vibe from this retro round wall mirror could be just what you are looking for. It has detail without clutter, perfect for the Scandi style.
But there’s no reason why you can’t have a hint of luxury and glamour in the Scandi inspired bedroom. Just be subtle with a hint of detail that attracts attention but doesn’t bowl the room over. This Industrial Window Mirror placed in an area where the light catches the metallic of the finish will do the trick.