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Choosing a small mirror
Mirrors add depth, space and interest to any room. Mirrors have long been a symbol of class and style. Small mirrors have an eclectic touch, holding more charm than larger, plain mirrors do. You know that a small mirror is what you want in your home, but how do you decide which one is the right one? There are several deciding factors for you to take into consideration.
Consider how much space you have to fill. A small mirror of any size may be the perfect addition to a plain wall in your entryway, but in most cases, you are looking for a small mirror to decorate a small amount of wall space. If so, it is essential for you to measure the place and know before you purchase a mirror what size to get. Remember to leave several inches of empty space on both sides of the mirror so that instead of creating a crowded appearance, you get the spacious look you are going for.
What style suits your personality and decorating scheme? You will automatically be attracted to mirror shapes and frames that coordinate with your tastes. Most people have a variety of favorite styles, so make sure the small mirror you choose is in the same style that the room you wish to hang it in is decorated. Why not go a little out of your usual rut and pick a mirror that wouldn't have been your natural choice? Just make sure it isn't completely out of your comfort zone, or chances are that you'll regret buying the mirror. A small variation is best when making purchases that you have to live with.
Plan your budget before you pick out which small mirror is the one for you. Knowing how much you can afford will prevent you from letting yourself fall in love with the gorgeous mirrors that are out of your price range. Only consider mirrors that match your price and you'll be satisfied with your purchase.
Collections are one of the most popular decorating trends right now. Why not consider working in the new style with the traditional class of mirrors? On a large, plain wall, hang a pleasing arrangement of unique mirrors. Pick mirrors that stand out on their own with a bit of flair. Don't hang them in a straight row, but place them asymmetrically at varied levels.