If you are redecorating your bedroom, then you might well be considering adding a bit more style to it by introducing a mirror. The first choice that you will need to make when it comes to buying a mirror for your bedroom is whether you wish to have a vanity mirror, a freestanding mirror, or a wall mounted mirror.
The Various Types of Mirror
For practical use, that is for looking at oneself in the mirror to gauge how an outfit looks, freestanding mirrors are often the best solution, and you will often find these types of mirrors in the clothes shops. A vanity mirror will be one that is attached to a vanity or dresser, and these are often ideal for women that wish to sit down whilst applying makeup.
A wall mounted mirror speaks for itself, although they are a good item if you are looking to add the illusion of space to a small or cramped bedroom. Once you have made your choice, you will then have to decide on which design, shape and colour of bedroom mirror that you want.
Think About your Existing Bedroom Decor
When the times comes to go out and buy a mirror, you will need to think about how it will fit in with the other items of furniture that you already have in your bedroom. The mirror you choose should fit well, otherwise it is just going to look unsightly and out of place, and distract the eye.
Choosing a Freestanding Mirror
For the most part, a freestanding mirror will consist of two parts, and these are the stand, and the mirror itself. Typically, a freestanding mirror will pivot at the centre, allowing it to be adjusted, which will allow you to view your entire body, or just a certain part of it.
When choosing a freestanding mirror, make sure that you get one with a good strong base, and a strong pivot that will allow for easy movement. Also the mirror itself should be thick enough so that it does not warp and thus distort your image.
Choosing a Wall Mounted Mirror
Warping is also something that can seriously affect wall mounted mirrors, therefore, it is important that you find one that has some strong attachments and fixings on it, in order to lessen the chance of warping affecting your image.