Large Floor Wall Mirrors - I have been asked often over the years, how do I go about picking a wall mirror that can fit in well with a specific area of my house? My answer to that is you've got to know what room the wall mirror is going to be hung in and what type of the mirror will match with all the concept of the room. I would like to start with a question. Which area in your house will this wall mirror hang in? Your first thought should function as the style, since we're only speaking about wall mounted mirrors.
What I call custom, is a wall mirror that's shaped in a non-uniform way. An example of a custom wall mirror is a framed mirror. There's a vanity mirror with a carved wood frame that actually retains 3 mirrors that are separate. There are 2 mirrors on each and every side, with a rectangle mirror in the middle of the frame. I'd like to tell you this piece of wall mirror woodwork is totally beautiful! Another example of a custom wall mirror would be a mirror that is triangular shaped.
Another question you must ask yourself is do you want flat edge glass or beveled glass to your wall mirror. Some individuals believe that glass mirrors are more elegant, while the others prefer the clear look of flat-edged glass wall mirrors. All you must do is a shop and examine until you've made your decision. Another important function of a wall mirror is should you want your mirror framed or frame-less.
You have a big number of choices, in the event you go with a framed wall mirror. Here we shall start out with what material your mirror frame could be made from. Your frame material alternatives are steel, wood, resin/acrylic, glass and believe it or not there are also accessible recycled magazines and recycled newspapers under the category of "Other Body Components." So as it pertains to frames to your wall mirror, the class is wide open!