Mirrors are not only a great functional piece but can also transform the look and feel of any room. It’s no secret that Mirrors can make your room feel bigger, but well-placed mirrors can decorate, provide detail and enhance the ambience of any room.
Here are some our favourite OneWorld pieces and a few tips to get the most out of your mirror…
Entry, Hallway or hard to fill spaces
Add style and function to those hard to decorate or smaller spaces by pairing a mirror with a console. A console makes a great focal piece, a mirror about adds height and depth to the space above. A well-placed mirror in the entryway is also great for those last minute touch ups before you leave the house!
Large Rooms – Large Mirrors
When you have big empty walls or soaring ceilings, a large mirror can fill the vast space with luxury, light and warmth. These statement pieces will be the talking point of the room without overwhelming the space.
Illusion of extra space
Use a large mirror to sit behind your favourite piece of furniture to add the feeling of extra space, enhance the light and amplify the style and beauty of the room.
Shape + Texture
Consider the shape and frame of your mirror when pairing with the style of your room. Unusual frames or textures can not only reflect the shape and feel of the room but also your personality!
For her new lighting collection award winning Australian interior designer, Shaynna Blaze sought inspiration from a mid century drinks trolley. The square sturdy structure of a whisky decanter, the metal base of a hipflask and the organic shape of a decanter come together to create a stunning collection of Lighting. the various colours are a playful twist on liqueurs.
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International awards winning designer and author Jamie Durie has designed the Transterior range for OneWorld Collection. Standing behind his philosophy; Jamie has created a seamless transition between the indoors and out.