What to do with a room without windows? Well, you can create a faux option by using LED lights combined with window treatments, wall decals, and even projectors. But if you are looking for a method that has a slightly more integrated look, mirrors are the way to go. Yes, you can make a false window with mirrors and it requires minimal effort. Also, the mirror will help brighten a windowless space or make a smaller room feel bigger. Buy sale item from here.
To make fun of a mirrored window, first find out how big you want the piece to be and where you want it to hang (or lean!). Designer Kelsey Leigh McGregor of Kelsey Leigh Design Co. recently added a large to a dining area at her client’s Oklahoma home to spread a light and airy feel throughout the home’s first level. The window-shaped mirror enhances that effect by reflecting the natural light coming through the actual windows into the space.
If you’re thinking of creating a smaller mirrored window, designer Camila Pavone of Effortless Style Interiors created an inspiring one for her sister’s office. It was originally made for a windowless basement, and now the mirrored panels hang over the desk where his sister has been working for the past year and a half. Get the item on sale click now.