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Whatever style of decor you’ve chosen for your home, mirrors are an essential accessory. Practical yet elegant too, mirrors add instant light and depth into any room in the home. You’ll find plenty of modern mirrors available but we believe it’s impossible to beat the sheer quality of vintage. Beautifully crafted with exquisite materials, vintage mirrors are built to last. Although mirrors are often associated with a highly decorative style, they can also be used to great effect in a more rustic setting too. Shabby chic full-length mirrors aren’t just functional, they can also be a real focus piece. Here at Vinterior, we’ve got a great collection of shabby chic full-length mirrors so you’ll have no shortage of choice. Look through our online catalogue today and you’re sure to find the perfect piece.
The benefits of a full-length mirrorA full-length mirror is a real asset as it allows you to check your appearance from head to toe. The opportunity to step back and make sure your outfit matches and looks good is a useful confidence-booster when you’re about to head out somewhere special.
You can place a full-length mirror in a variety of rooms around the house and it won’t look out of place. In the bedroom, it not only accentuates the rest of your furniture but also gives you the chance to try on different outfits in the privacy of your own bedroom.
When placed in the hallway, a full-length mirror allows you one last check on your appearance as you’re leaving the house. However it will also enhance the sense of space and light – something which is often necessary in narrow hallways. After all, you don’t want your visitors to enter a space that feels cramped and gloomy, nor do you want to return home after work every night to a space that doesn’t elevate your mood.
In the dining room or living room, a mirror can be a wonderful focal point. Place candles in front of it and the reflection will create a very warm ambience.
Getting the shabby chic lookIf you’ve opted for a shabby chic style of decor, you’ll want a mirror in the same theme to match the rest of your room. Shabby chic is a popular look and works well in all kinds of homes, whether it’s a city apartment or a rural farmhouse.
To find a shabby chic full-length mirror, you’ll need to avoid the more ornate and polished styles. Gilded and highly decorative metal frames aren’t really in keeping; it’s better to opt for a wooden frame with a distressed finish.
The most common colours for shabby chic are painted white, duck egg blue and grey, all with the distinctive aged appearance. Gone are polished, varnished surfaces and instead is a far more organic look. There isn’t just one look for the whole of the shabby chic genre, so it’s up to you to choose the finish that you like. Some vintage mirrors will be more distressed while others could just offer a slight earthiness instead. Don’t forget to check the glass too; some mirrors feature a patina which is a technique which makes the glass itself look older and cloudy.