Jewelry Mirrored Wall Cabinet Lori Greiner - I have been requested many times over the years, how do I go about choosing a wall mirror that will fit in well using a certain area of my home? My response to that is you've got to know what space the wall mirror will likely be hung in and what type of the mirror will match with the concept of the space. Allow me to start using a question. Which area in your home will this wall mirror hang in? Your first thought should function as the style since we are only speaking about wall-mounted mirrors.
What I call custom, is a wall mirror that's shaped in a non-uniform manner. An instance of a custom wall mirror is a mirror that is sectional that is framed. There is a vanity mirror using a carved-wood body that actually retains 3 separate mirrors. There are 2 arched mirrors on each side, using a rectangle mirror in the middle of the body. I'd like to tell you this little bit of wall mirror wood-work is totally beautiful! Another instance of a custom wall mirror could be a mirror that is triangular shaped.
Another question you should ask yourself is do you want beveled glass or flat edge glass for your wall mirror. Here your choice is a matter of your own style. Some people believe while the others prefer the clean look of flat-edged glass wall mirrors, that glass mirrors are more stylish. All you will need to do is a store and evaluate before you have made your choice.
You've a large selection of choices, if you go using a framed wall mirror. Here we will start out with what material your mirror body can be made from. Your body material alternatives are metal, wood, resin/acrylic, glass and believe it or not there are also accessible recycled magazines and recycled newspapers beneath the group of "Other Body Components." So as it pertains to frames for your own wall mirror, the category is wide open!