Mirrors are not only beautiful, but they are also functional. They give a touch of bling to a room while making it appear larger. Moreover, using plain mirrors as ornamentation is an old tactic. That said, use these amazing DIY ideas to take it a step further and add more mirror pieces for the best results. These decorating ideas are not only simple to implement, but they will also improve your decorating game on a budget.
Flower mirror wall made at home
Do you have a plain framed mirror that is drab and uninteresting? Use flowers to make it look more lively. Collect a bouquet of artificial flowers and begin placing them along the borderline. You’re done once you’ve covered the entire mirror frame in flowers. You can choose a single colour to match your room’s colour scheme or choose a mixed bouquet.
Candleholder made from a mirror
Do you want to try a little aesthetic DIY to spruce up your existing decor? Take a glass and decorate it with little mirror pieces. These little mirror bits may be found at any stationery store. As a tip, make a design that you like. You may use this glass as a candle holder once it’s finished, and it’ll look incredibly gorgeous when lit.
Turn old dinnerware into decor pieces
Take some old dinnerware that you aren’t using and make them into lovely living room decor. If you want, you can also use acrylic paint to paint the plates. A hardware store can provide round mirror pieces that will fit in the inner circle of these plates. To keep them in place, use sikaflex ebt. Repeat the procedure with two to three plates. When you’re finished, you’ll have these adorable small mirrors that may be hung on the wall or displayed on one of the shelves as decor.
Honeycomb mirror pattern
On social media, honeycomb mirror patterns are quite popular. However, it isn’t nearly as difficult as it appears. You may purchase hexagon-shaped mirror pieces from any hardware store and arrange them yourself. Choose a wall, a cupboard, or another suitable location for them. Use a hot glue gun to hold the pieces in place, then use these lovely little mirror pieces to create a honeycomb design.
Duplicate a stunning view
A mirror’s major function, as well as its superpower, is reflection. Consider what your mirror will reflect, and make the most of it. The coolest aspect of this DIY design plan for an urban abode is that you can catch the awe-inspiring city skyline out the window and on the living room wall or wherever you like if you reside on the top level of an urban flat.
Stack on the layers for a unique feel
Don’t want to rip your walls apart? Show off your mirror collection in a unique way. A mantelpiece is an ideal place to display a variety of mirrors – lean them all against the wall. An overlapping effect here contributes to the lived-in feeling.