Avenue Road Condominium
Photography: Peter A. Sellar / www.photoklik.com
What Houzz contributors are saying:
…Or try huge mirrorsIntroducing a large mirror on the wall is an effective way to simulate the effect of a window, as it reflects light and adds a sense of depth. Convex mirrors, in particular, curve slightly at the top and bottom to make the reflection look taller. A clever hack to give the illusion of unlimited height is a ceiling-mounted mirror like this one. Fixed right in the centre, the mirror gives the illusion that there is no ceiling above.
5. ReflectionThrough the placement of mirrors on the wall and ceiling, walking down the hall you get this painting repeated in reverse and upside down. It’s a pretty dramatic way to get you noticing the reflections then studying the painting to see how it looks when it isn’t turned upside down and backwards.