Antique Mirrored Wall Panels - I have been requested many times over the years, how do I go about selecting a wall mirror that will fit in well using a particular room of my house? My solution to that is what type of the mirror will match with the concept of the area in and you've got to know what area the wall mirror will be hung. Let me start using a question. Your first thought should function as the style, since we are only speaking about wall-mounted mirrors.
What I contact custom, is a wall mirror that's shaped in a nonuniform manner. An example of a custom wall mirror is a sectional mirror. There is a vanity mirror using a carved wood body that actually holds 3 individual mirrors. There are 2 mirrors on each and every side, using a rectangle mirror in the middle of the body. I would like to tell you this bit of wall mirror wood-work is absolutely gorgeous! Another simpler example of a custom wall mirror could be a mirror that is triangular-shaped.
The next question you need to ask yourself is do you want glass or flat edge glass for the wall mirror. Here your choice is a matter of your own taste. Some people believe while the others like the the clear look of flat edged glass wall mirrors that glass mirrors are more stylish. Until you've got made your choice all you must do is a store and compare.
If you go using a framed wall mirror, you have a large number of choices. Here we'll start out with what material your mirror body could be made from. Your body material choices are metal, wood, resin/acrylic, glass and contrary to popular belief there are also available recycled publications and re-cycled newspapers underneath the category of "Other Body Supplies." So when it comes to frames for your own wall mirror, the category is spacious!