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Aside from helping people check their appearance, a wall mirror is also an important element in many interior design applications. Using full-body mirrors as décor is a good way of reflecting light or expanding a room visually.

Characteristics of a wall mirror

Full-length wall mirror pieces are made of tempered and shatterproof glass that remains sturdy even when mounted for a significant length of time. A free-standing framed mirror is made of an aluminum mirror mounted on an aluminum alloy frame and wood backing for stability. Mirror shapes are as varied as design preferences, and some of the common shapes include the round mirror, the rectangular vertical mirror, and the rectangular-shaped mirror with a semicircle on top. All of these options can be mounted as a wall mirror or left free-standing with a built-in stand.

What can a wall mirror do to a space?

Wall mirrors are not simply used for keeping up one's appearance or completing a skincare routine. Homeowners and interior designers have long used decorative wall mirrors to reflect sunlight and other light sources to help brighten a room. The simple redistribution of light with the use of a mirror on the wall helps save on energy costs during the daytime since the decorative mirrors reflect enough illumination to eliminate the need to turn on the lights. In addition, strategic large mirror placements in small rooms can create the illusion that the room is either larger than it seems or deeper than it looks. A large wall mirror can be mounted in a dining room, a hallway, or a private studio to create a communal atmosphere. Even a casual observation confirms that mirrors are a prominent feature in commercial spaces, at a salon, a hotel lobby, a mall, or a dance studio. A hotel bathroom or a home can benefit from the use of a mounted bathroom mirror with LED lights for better visual clarity.