5 WAYS FOR PUTTING MIRRORS IN A HALLWAY
Putting a mirror in a hallway isn’t just about having somewhere to check your appearance before you leave the house—or even about having a decorative piece to admire. Its main function is to improve the light and proportions of what might otherwise be a narrow, light-starved space.
A mirror hung over a console table just inside a glazed front door will reflect any light that comes through the door or a transom window, if you have one.
Small hallways will appear to expand when you hang a tall mirror. The taller the mirror is, the higher the ceiling will seem, too.
GROUPING OF VINTAGE MIRRORS
An assortment of vintage-style mirrors in varying shapes and sizes, and with different frames, will create a decorative and eclectic look.
Hanging a floor-to-ceiling mirror at the far end of a short hallway will make the space seem longer.
Instead of hanging just one mirror over a console table, hang a grouping of smaller mirrors in a regular grid layout.