Here are some images of my top 3 selections for decorative mirrors. There are two main types of mirrors, decorative and functional, and should be selected depending on its main purpose and desired look. Mirrors whose main function is aesthetic are selected based on the frame’s design, material and shape. Bathroom mirrors are primarily functional and should be able to repel moisture, be backlit, and fog free whenever possible. Often decorative mirrors are used in powder rooms where moisture isn’t an issue.
Finding the right mirror can be a time consuming task, especially if it is going to be the centerpiece of a living room or the first accessory you see when entering the space. If the space is filled with linear elements and clean, straight lines, round or oval mirrors are a way to offset the rectangular or square shapes.
Mirrors are increasingly being used in sets similar to how designers are using sets of pendant lights more and more. The first and second images illustrate sets of mirrors which offer flexibility in creating a layout that fits a certain wall. Often it can be tricky finding a single mirror which is the perfect size for a large wall. These sets can be used in bigger open areas without feeling too small.