In addition to the useful function, a mirror in your interior can also make the room appear optically larger. Many people therefore opt for a large mirror above the dresser in the living room or on the floor in the living room, bedroom, bathroom or hall. This makes the room optically larger, because it seems that the living room continues into the mirror, as it were.
Mirror on the wall
A mirror is an indispensable product for your interior. Mirrors are useful and usable in several areas of the house. Think of a mirror in the bathroom, toilet and possibly in the bedroom. You also often see a mirror hanging in the hall, so that you can take a quick look at yourself before you step out the door.
Many people also opt for a large mirror above the dresser in the living room. This makes your room optically larger, because it seems that the living room continues into the mirror, as it were. In addition, they can be strategically placed to create interesting reflections and focus on artwork, architectural details or other decorative elements in your interior. Our mirrors are not only a reflection of your personal style, but also of your unique taste for both design and functionality.
Whether you have an interior in a rural, modern and/or industrial style, you will find a suitable trendy mirror for every interior at Industrial-Home! Our trendy mirrors have been carefully selected to meet the requirements of your interior. Think of minimalist designs with clean lines and geometric shapes for a contemporary look, or industrial-looking mirrors with metal frames and weathered finishes to add a tough and robust touch to your interior.
Tip: combine your trendy mirror with your trendy herringbone table for a unique effect
Keep your mirrors sparkling
Cleaning mirrors is an essential part of the maintenance process. Always start by gently removing dust and dirt with a soft, lint-free cloth or brush. You can then use a mild detergent, such as a mixture of water and vinegar or glass cleaner, to remove smudges and fingerprints. Be sure to use the cleaner sparingly and avoid applying too much moisture to the mirror to prevent damage to the back. Finally, wipe the mirror dry with a clean, lint-free cloth to avoid streaks and smudges.
In addition to regularly cleaning your mirrors, there are a few other care tips to keep in mind. For example, avoid using abrasive cleaners or abrasive materials, such as scouring pads, which can scratch the mirror surface. If you notice that the edges of the mirror are becoming loose or damaged, it is recommended that you seek professional help to prevent further damage. In addition, it is important not to expose the mirror to direct sunlight or extreme temperatures to avoid fading or deformation.
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