Placement Mirrored Bedside Table

Nov 27th

Mirrored bedside table (mirrors with a base and pivoting frames) add texture and dimension to a room design. Their ability to bounce the light, and color images the size of any room expands and even allows natural light to be redirected, filling the space. In varying heights and shapes, mirrored bedside table provide a mobile reflective surface to work with when building a design scheme. Find the best place to locate a standing mirror depends on the size and style of the mirror, which is to be used for the needs of light in the room.

Mirrored Bedside Table with Drawers
Mirrored Bedside Table with Drawers

May bounce more light in the room by placing the mirrored bedside table at an angle to the window. Keep blinds or curtains and blinds open during the day to accomplish this. Create a focal point in the room by placing an antique or specially designed mirror where you can clearly see — next to a fireplace, a decorative window seat or a gateway.

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Add mirrors foot smaller for makeup tables, nightstands or near the couch to get attention or for practical purposes. Place tall mirrored bedside table  at an angle in the corner to break the rigid visual nature of square structure of the room.