Mirror Magic!
Musheer Khan | April 3, 2015

Planning to makeover your room? Bored of a dingy groggy looking hall? Or just tired of looking for decorations that work right in your room? Then ladies and gentlemen, there is just one accessory that you will ever need to set your space right. To put it simply, “get yourself a mirror!”. They make the perfect decoration in any part of your house, including the kitchen. Their special attributive properties of reflecting and replicating can affect the aesthetics of its surroundings dramatically. As masters of illusions, they are your best friends when it comes to decorating. They can brighten up dark spaces and make those tiny rooms look bigger than ever!

Like everything else in life, choosing the right one for the right space is very important. It can get a little overwhelming when it comes to choosing the one you need, because let’s face it, there are a bazillion outstanding ones out there! With a few basics in mind, this little problem can be ruled out too.

The first idea is to enjoy this process! Looking through the large variety of mirrors is actually a lot of fun. The simple rule to keep in mind is, to follow your heart! The perfect mirror will be the one that pleases you and suits the space you plan to place it in. The size of the mirror just has to be in proportion with the furniture and décor that goes adjacent to it. For example, large mirrors work wonderfully in living rooms, while circular and smaller ones suit best to powder rooms!

Here are a few suggestions and tips on how different mirrors can be added to decorate your interiors.

Inspired by Kristin Kerr Interiors
Inspired by Kristin Kerr Interiors

Using large wall sized mirrors as backgrounds to your living rooms can help add unbelievable glamour and aesthetics. Use a variety of finishes for your mirrors. Some colour schemes work best with matte finished mirrors that blend well with your room and help warm down the tones a little bit. At the same time a clear high gloss mirror can perk up any boring and dull room. Another wonderful way to renovate a well furnished living room is placing a large floor mirror. This is rather easy as, it requires minimal care while hanging, and gravity works best in your favour here! Having it reflect a large window, lamp or any light will help enhance the brightness in your room to umpteen amounts!

Inspired from La Dolcivita blog
Inspired from La Dolcivita blog

Got that awkward little space in your house? A mirror is sure to fix it! Find a subtle and aptly sized mirror to place into it, and let it work its magic. Strong framed and basic mirrors work best for such occasions. Make sure you don’t give it special importance while deciding your furniture designing ideas. Treat it like any other wall and feel free to place stools, end tables or even lamps in front of it. You will almost not believe how much it can help your interiors!

Inspired fro the Europeanchicdesign blog
Inspired fro the Europeanchicdesign blog

And sometimes the best way to go is the luxurious way! Select an extravagant large, stylish and creative mirror just like this Roccoco style framed mirror. This can give that instant rich and opulent look to your home. Placing one in prominent areas such as halls, foyers, large entrances, etc will help make those uncompromised first impressions.

Or use these to enchant your guests by placing them in your guest rooms. Since mirrors are already such beautiful interior accessories, using well styled and specially framed mirrors is just the perfect cherry on top!

Inspired by Farrago available at Treniq.com
Inspired by Farrago available at Treniq.com

Bold framed mirrors with classic colours such as black and white are some of the most easily blended. If you are facing a hard time getting the right colour to match into your space, then classic is the best way to go! The Aspire mirror is one such piece. Treniq brings you a spectacular combination of art and mirrors for elevating your interiors to an unmatched class.

Treniq- patterned mirror

Have a patchy wall? Or just bored of those horrendous plane old walls in your hall? Well, rest assured because designers all over the world have put their hearts, soles, creativity and sleepless nights into designing and producing the best of styles and frames there can ever be. Using large patterned frames over side tables is a great way to have a fake dressing table scene. Place this combination right next to your door and give yourself the last few glances while you pick up your keys and head out.

Inspired by the cottage market
Inspired by the cottage market

Creative mirrors that have more to them than just the silver polish can be the perfect way to add story to your space. Use these creatively crafted mirrors as a statement piece.

Inspired by Bat Eye collection available at treniq.com
Inspired by Bat Eye collection available at Treniq.com

One of our personal favourites at Treniq, is this interesting and outstandingly designed mirror from Bat Eye. Taking its inspiration from the classic Arabian room this piece brings the historic flavours of some of the most ancient designs into your homes.

Like the renowned interior designer Juan Montoya has always said “A room should never allow the eyes to settle, it should smile at you and create fantasy”, we at Treniq believe that mirrors help do exactly this. Although unique and outstanding, their behaviour of mirroring their surroundings helps diffuse strong attention and bring together separate pieces of a room as one!

So come explore the world of mirrors and much more with Treniq and rock those mirrors on your walls! Try big ones or small ones, framed or bare, matte finished or glossed up, you are sure to be amazed by these fascinating creations!


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2 responses to “Mirror Magic!”

  1. Excellent read, I just passed this onto a friend who was doing a little research on that. And he actually bought me lunch since I found it for him smile So let me rephrase that: Thanks for lunch!

  2. I think this is one of the most important info for me. And i’m glad reading your article. But should remark on few general things, The website style is great, the articles is really excellent : D. Good job, cheers

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