1. Along Tight Corners
Covering a wall with a floor-to-ceiling mirror creates a convincing illusion of a larger space. The wall at this kitchen’s entrance reflects the entrance way, but looks as if you can walk right through it, doesn’t it?
Design: Mong Design Studio
2. In The Bedroom
By concealing the wardrobe and bathroom behind mirrored sliding panels, the entire bedroom will not only look larger, but neater as well.
Design: Benjeemen Heng I.D.
4. Next To A Window
If your room divider is near a window, it might be a good idea to clad it with mirrors as it’ll help reflect natural sunlight into the space.
5. In The Bathroom
Liven up an understated bathroom with a decorative mirror.
Design: Space Matters
6. In The Bathroom (2)
This jet-black Rococo-inspired mirror is not only attention-grabbing, but also accentuates the monochrome bathroom.
Design: The Interarch Design
7. In The Bathroom (3)
To ensure that every corner of this bathroom receives sufficient light, a chandelier was fixed close to the mirror to double its intensity.
Design: Design Intervention
4. In The Bathroom (4)
Going for a luxurious ambience? Backlit mirrors are the way to go.
Design: Fuse Concept Pte Ltd
9. In The Bathroom (5)
Accent small areas such as this niche for placing toiletries with mirrors for a more polished finish.
Design: Ong & Ong Architects