In the master bedroom, cut mirrors reflect the geometric terrariums that hang from the ceiling.
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MirrorsDark walls in a room without much natural light run the risk of making it feel oppressive. Boost what light you have by adding mirrors – even small, decorative mirrors, like the ones shown here, can help lighten things up. If the room is very dark, add a larger mirror, either on the wall or leaning against it.
7. Choose or revamp a dresserLook for a dresser that complements your bed but is not identical in style. If you have the space, get a long, low dresser; it will provide lots of display space, and it won’t tower over the bed. If you move frequently, consider a tallboy style, since it will fit into more spaces. If you plan to revamp an existing dresser, look at potential paint colours and finishes, and choose new hardware if desired. Mark a calendar date for working on your project.See how these dressers pack style & functionality
Hang them upNot just for the tabletop, terrariums have undergone a resurgence and can even be in suspended form. Clustering a few at different heights can really add a beautiful dimension to a room.
4. Easy and effective decoratingIn this Brooklyn, US, bedroom, a dark grey wall is livened up with cut mirrors that reflect the geometric terrariums hanging from the ceiling. Talk about affordable art that doesn’t dominate.Take a look at some ways to invigorate a space with art