Since the time the ancient time, mirrors have been a vital element for enhancing the overall aesthetics of any structures. From humble homes and grand citadels to discrete galleries and sprawling museums, mirrors have been used as an effective décor element that adds regal and class to any kind of establishments and spaces. And despite the shifts and changes in the way the society create and perceive aesthetics, mirrors remain one of the most important items that many homeowners, as well as commercial property owners, consider first when planning for the overall design of their property.
For most people, mirrors are all one and the same. But as multi-dimensional as they are, there actually exists different types of mirrors in the market these days. There is a wall mirror, which most people are most accustomed to. As the name implies, this type is often attached on walls and often only feature simple frames made from metal or wood just to protect the user from its sharp edges.
While plain wall mirrors provide the necessary functionality for the users, what many design-sensitive homeowners and business owners desire for this rather simple item is the visual treatment, which another type of home mirror effectively provides – the decorative mirrors.
As the name suggests, decorative mirrors are mirrors that are design-focus rather than just being a plain item on one corner of the room. Often installed as the main decorative piece in a room, decorative mirrors are beautifully crafted and often feature ornate and beveled frames that can be made of materials such as bronze, oak wood, or even ceramics. They also come in a variety of shapes and configuration, allowing homeowners and business owners to select one that will fit the overall personality of their properties.
If you want to learn more about decorative mirrors, and if they really are investment-worthy, check out the infographic below from Accent Art and Frame.