Mirrored closet doors are commonly used in a lot of homes for their practicality. They allow you to save space by becoming part of the furniture’s design. The key to a successful interior design is knowing how to pair the mirrors with the right location to make the most of a room’s natural light. Some areas accommodate mirrored doors better than others. Learn how to use this to your advantage.
Bedroom Mirrored Wardrobe Doors.
by Bowman Group Photography
by Meghan Beierle-O’Brien
Having mirrored doors for the bedroom furniture can have advantages both in terms of practicality and style. They’ll reflect the natural light and add dimension to the room, making it feel more open, airy and spacious. It’s also useful to have large mirrors here so you can better assess your outfits in the morning, in case you don’t have a dressing room or a huge walk-in closet.
Walk-in closet designs.
by Louise Bushell Photography
by Douglas Hill
by Ema Peter Photography
by J Allen Smith Design
The main concern when designing and decorating a walk-in closet is incorporating as much storage space as possible. This can often make the space feel cramped and uncomfortable. Use mirrored doors for the closets and cabinets to let light become a part of the whole space and to create a pleasant and airy atmosphere. Also, mirrors are very practical in this particular space.
There’s no such thing as a bathroom that’s too large. It’s always good to try to maximize the space in your bathroom and to even try to create the illusion of space for a more harmonious décor. And since the mirror is a must-have, be smart and kill two birds with one stone. Mirrored cabinet doors are always an excellent option.
by Rob Moroto
by Robert Canfield Photography
Whether you’re coming or going, you always feel the need to look in the mirror just to make sure everything looks ok. That being said, consider having mirrored doors for your hallway closets and cabinets. This way you take care of your storage needs and you can be sure you’ll always look perfect. Your guests will appreciate the feature too.
Living room accent details.
by Barbara Feinstein
Although mirrors are not a must-have in the case of the living room, who would say not to something that can make the room feel more bright and spacious? I’m sure both you and your guests will appreciate the way mirrored doors can enhance the overall beauty of this room and make it look more inviting and comfortable.
Laundry room design.
by Blink Photography
Laundry rooms in general don’t get a lot of natural light. They are usually small spaces, purely utilitarian. But there’s no rule against style. Use large mirrors to cover the storage areas and to give the room more dimension. Consider using bright colors such as white for the room for similar reasons.