live: My Mirrors are Staring Back at Me

live: My Mirrors Staring Back at Me

 

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, having friends to keep you grounded can be a ball. A simple and easy to decorate any living space is to group together a couple of mirrors of different sizes and arrange them however you like. It can be uniformed or completely at random, whatever works best for that room and the vibe you want to set in it. Not only does it look cool to have your own less scary version of a haunted house’s ‘hall of mirrors’ in your living space, it will give off the illusion that your room is larger than it actually is at the same time. Also, it’s a lot cheaper with mirrors than with a piece of art work. Just thought I would suggest…

Photo Credit:  kiwicollection.com

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