Learn how to use this essential accessory, and elevate your living room design today!
If we asked you to make a list of what you consider your living room essentials, a wall mirror might not be on your top 10. However, once you think about it a little bit, a simple mirror can double as a useful accessory and a decor element that, when chosen rightly, can be a powerful statement piece. This year, curated interiors will be a strong trend, so make sure you learn how to decorate with living room wall mirrors the right way!
Round mirrors have been everywhere for the past couple of years, that’s the truth. These minimalist geometric mirrors look minimalist, yet they bring the finishing touch you need to get your wall decor feeling perfect.
Overly minimalist interiors are officially dead this year and complex and curated rooms are taking their place. This doesn’t mean you can’t still decorate your wall with a simple decorative mirror next to your bespoke sideboard…
The Scandinavian love is slowly fading, but if this is still your vibe, then make sure to go with it! Round mirrors scream Scandinavian decor all the way, and at the end of the day, your living room decor should mirror who you are as a person.
If you are looking to make a clear statement in your living room, then a large mirror might be the right way. These living room wall mirrors will be the accent feature you need to get your project finished.
In the photo: Wilde mirror | Brubeck sconce | Amy table lamp | Monocles credenza | Hudson armchair | Jacobsen side table
Our last category in this living room ideas post brings us back to geometric mirrors. This time, a little bit more complex than the clean-lined round mirrors we saw above, these decorative mirrors are every tiny bit as gorgeous as the previous ones! They are especially right for a mid-century living room, bringing you back to the time when geometric features were everything.
This last suggestion is a mid-century geometric mirror with a luxurious gold-plated finish. When we talk about statement and accent mirrors, that doesn’t always mean oversized mirrors, and this simple wall mirror by Essential Home comes to prove it.
In the photo: Diamond mirror | Amy table lamp | Edith sideboard | Audrey rug
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