Currently, mirrors do more than reflect our image when we are putting together a look or makeup, especially when we talk about bedroom mirror.
For small environments, mirrors are being used, combined with other elements such as lighting and ambient colors, to create a feeling of spaciousness in the space, taking away that feeling of a very small, closed and claustrophobic room.
In addition, depending on their shape and frame, they can become great decorative items in the environment.
In this post we are going to talk about how mirrors can give this effect in the bedroom and how to use it to bring more style, functionality and amplitude to your space!
Bedroom mirrors and the feeling of expanding space
After all, how can the mirror do that? They work like a window or door, depending on the shape, size and position in space, for a room or part of an environment — your own room, with a depth doubled by the mirror’s reflection.
In addition to reflecting this image, the mirror ends up reflecting and emphasizing lighting, one of the most important elements for the feeling of spaciousness of a space.
Some positions, in this sense, are the most strategic for this sensation to be enhanced, such as on the side or in front of the bed, in the corner of the room and next to the bed.
Optimizing spaces with mirrors
Mirrors, as traditionally made to be hung on the wall, are being used in even more innovative positions to help optimize spaces, especially in small rooms.
At the head of beds, above dressers and on the side walls of the bed (which are usually not used as much), on the doors of wardrobes and cupboards.
There are several ways to optimize space and trying to change the traditional configuration of a mirror in an empty corner of the wall can make all the difference in your environment.
Decoration with mirrors for bedroom
Another aspect that is attracting attention lately is the idea that the mirror not only needs to be useful, but can also become a decorative object for your room!
Many designers are using mirror compositions as if they were pictures on the wall, using them not so much for their function, but for the effect they can give to the decor.
The different formats come in the same idea and can already be found in several decoration stores and even in glass shops.
And, of course, in the same wave of the decorative mirror, the frames (when used), can be thought of in a simpler and minimalist way or even super adorned and flashy. It depends on the style of each person and the decoration that you want to do.
To see how these positions and others work, take a look at our selection of images, with lots of bedroom mirror tips and uses!
75 amazing bedroom mirror ideas to inspire you
Image 1 – Elongated mirror for bedroom: use taller mirrors leaning against the wall instead of hanging for a more relaxed contemporary style.
Image 2 – Large round mirror for bedroom: positioning above the bed takes up useful space and helps in viewing the entire body.
Image 3 – Mirror for illusionist side bedroom: full-wall mirrors help to expand the space of the bedroom creating the illusion of a double.
Image 4 – Mirror for fragmented side room: Using a pair of mirrors also works very well and can further expand the illusion of amplitude.
Image 5 – Mirror for octagon bedroom on dressing table: for beauty environments, small size mirrors are the most suitable for helping to focus on makeup or hair.
Image 6 – Large, round mirror without a border in the bedroom: mirrors without a border or frame are great for giving the feeling of spaciousness and are being used more and more.
Image 7 – Another long mirror leaning against the wall.
Image 8 – False windows: little mirrors on the bed wall reflect the opposite wall and give that wide feeling in the environment.
Image 9 – Mirror for bedroom with rounded edges and without frame: in mirrors that do not have strong boundaries, a good idea is to go for other formats or finishes.
Image 10 – Mirror leaning against the wall: with a thin black border, this mirror practically creates a big window in the space.
Image 11 – Dressing table with dressing room type mirror integrated into the bed designed for children’s rooms: the lights around the mirror help in the production of make-up to rock!
Image 12 – Rectangular mirror above the bed with a border and an adhesive message: with an aesthetic rather than a functional function, another incredible style.
Image 13 – Use your closet doors integrated into the wall as large mirrors: a great way to optimize your space.
Image 14 – On the side of the bed, creating a reflective strip.
Image 15 – Mirror with super frame: in another use more aesthetic and decorative than functional, this sun type mirror only adds to the decoration.
Image 16 – Mirror suspended on the wall to test and approve your looks.
Image 17 – Mirror of true love: heart-shaped for a romantic look.
Image 18 – Mirrored screen: another way of optimizing space using the mirrored surface on other objects and furniture in the room.
Image 19 – Environment with everything down: round mirror on the floor leaning against the wall.
Image 20 – Take advantage of empty spaces and niches to position your mirror.
Image 21 – Mirrors, my mirrors: composition cut out on the wall with several mirrors with a frame that imitates the bad stepmother’s famous mirror.
Image 22 – Simple environment with an impactful mirror for the bedroom: super elaborate frame with a more classic and pompous look as a decorative element of the bedroom.
Image 23 – The classic mirror with support on the floor: in double bedrooms they are quite common and are currently gaining a more clean and simple look.
Image 24 – Mirror for triple bedroom for dressing table: in these traditional side-angled mirrors, you have a complete view of the face to apply makeup perfectly.
Image 25 – Another idea on the entire wall: mosaic with little mirrors on wooden panel for the bed.
Image 26 – Triangular triptych: image fragmentation and a super different and psychedelic effect.
Image 27 – Mirror for bedroom with mirrored frame: heavy structure to be leaned against the wall.
Image 28 – Round modern bedroom mirror and an effect of enlarging the space by reflection.
Image 29 – Mirror for long rectangular double bedroom: another way to create a window to enhance the environment in a more subtle and elegant way.
Image 30 – Another mirror with mirrored edges: this time in a small model and great for finishing makeup and hairstyles.
Image 31 – Large mirror for double children’s room: in a ballet studio style with a grab bar, this mirror still helps to open up the space.
Image 32 – Mirrors for a double bedroom on the wardrobe doors at different angles: a complete view of the environment in some modules.
Image 33 – Mirror in a different and innovative design: in the shape of a half moon with fringes, a piece of art on the wall.
Image 34 – Closets with mirrored and darkened doors: another way to use the mirror inside the room.
Image 35 – Mirror for female bedroom: above the bedside table, forming a set with a potty and rose gold lamp.
Image 36 – Perfect for hallways: Large mirrors in hallways double the space and take away the feeling of cramped space.
Image 37 – Small round mirror on the bed wall: a way to optimize spaces inside the small bedroom.
Image 38 – Full of sparkles and attention: large mirror for bedroom leaning against the wall and at the perfect angle to visualize your looks.
Image 39 – Mirror and a super frame: in this case, with a more decorative function, the frame gains the main role.
Picture 40 – Mirror for simple bedroom: on the entire wall of the bed, the mirror reflects the bedroom and expands the space.
Image 41 – Irregular mirror for bedroom: in the idea of testing new formats in the frameless mirror, they can become super interesting and stylish pieces to have inside your bedroom.
Image 42 – Side mirror to enlarge the room and break the dark of the wall surface painted black.
Image 43 – Mirrors in every possible place! Mirrored nightstand leaves the environment with a more sophisticated and glam touch.
Image 44 – Floor mirror for children’s female bedroom: in the right position, it opens the environment and still allows for many poses and compositions.
Image 45 – Bell-shaped mirror raised on the wall to reflect the light environment on the other side of the room.
Image 46 – Mirrors around the room: Double of mirrors in different shapes and sizes for different viewing angles of the room.
Picture 47 – Coat rack with super contemporary and innovative mirror: a narrow vertical strip of mirror can also help you in the feeling of spaciousness of space.
Image 48 – Set of mirrors for simple children’s room: in the different cutout of the mirror surface, an even more fun decorative element for the room.
Picture 49 – Mirror for small bedroom: mirrored full-wall closet doors help to give a greater sense of spaciousness in the bedroom with reduced dimensions, especially the double.
Image 50 – Set of round mirrors for the bedroom forming a cloud on the headboard wall.
Image 51 – Another simple way to enlarge spaces in a different and fun way: large mirror for a cheap, long and narrow bedroom.
Picture 52 – Above dressers, the perfect spot for mirrors for a women’s bedroom without a dressing table.
Image 53 – Set of mirrors leaning against the wall: in this contemporary trend of mirror placement, you gain new angles and reflection positions.
Image 54 – From Desk to Dressing Table in a Second: On your work desk, you can add a mirror to transform it into the perfect workbench to produce your makeup and hair for when you go out.
Image 55 – Functional simple mirror for a minimalist environment: the traditional vertical rectangular mirrors are the most practical and useful for everyday life and, without the frame, they gain an even more minimal face.
Image 56 – Dressing room mirror for adults: within your planned project, join the electrical part to install points of light around the mirror.
Image 57 – Adornment for the wall with mirrored dots: in another object that works much more as a decoration, mini round mirrors are used in the finishing.
Image 58 – An exuberant mirror for a princess bedroom.
Image 59 – Mirror for large room: in relation to full-wall mirrors, you can make small breaks with it, as in this one with a strip in the middle, and still achieve the amplitude effect in the space.
Image 60 – Elongated vertical mirror breaks the intense blue of the wall to reflect the white of the opposite wall of the room.
Image 61 – Frameless mirror leaning against the wall: in a sophisticated environment in light tones, a new space opening.
Image 62 – Large round mirror on the side of the bed in a light black and white environment.
Image 63 – Play around with the idea of a dark part and a light part of the room with mirrors!
Image 64 – Another idea for closets with mirrored doors: the separate sections of the mirrors do not interfere with the magnified effect it gives to the room.
Image 65 – Room planned with niche for makeup: general rectangular mirror for the back of the niche and a smaller mirror to focus on specific points.
Image 66 – Diptych of mirrors for the headboard: in the same style of hanging comics, this time with mirrors.
Image 67 – Large hexagonal mirror above the dresser: yet another stylish cutout for your bedroom.
Image 68 – Wall of pictures and mirror with special lighting.
Image 69 – Mirrored corner panel with three modules for large rooms: another opening to the already spacious environment.
Image 70 – Round mirrors in a compositional set for the wall.
Image 71 – Mirrored sliding doors in a built-in closet for the bedroom and the effect of enlarging the space.
Image 72 – Oval mirror beside the bed: another strategic point to reach the amplitude effect.
Image 73 – Mirror in furniture leaning against the wall.
Image 74 – Irregular mirror formed by mirrored rectangular blades.
Image 75 – Another huge vertical mirror leaning against the wall and a continuation of the different painting of the wall.
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