Are you searching for a large, full-length mirror for a head to toe view of yourself? Or do you want such a mirror to brighten up some dark areas around the home? Well, either way, a floor mirror is the perfect answer.
As the name suggests, a floor-type mirror is an independent, free-standing unit, but much taller and larger than the standard, wall or cabinet-mounted ones commonly used in bedrooms and bathrooms. But the floor isn’t the only place for these mirrors, as they can also be fixed to a wall, extending upwards from floor level.
So, what difference would floor mirrors make to your home? What benefits do they really offer? Here are two big reasons to take a closer look at floor-based mirrors, and see just why investing in one, or even two, makes such smart sense.
Functional benefits – Floor mirrors offer excellent functional value for money, and are extremely practical and convenient options to have in your home. They can be used as a full body-viewing, medium in the bathroom, a dressing-up aid in the bedroom, and even to brighten up these rooms, as well other dull, dark spaces in the home. All it would take to achieve the latter would be to place one of these large mirrors opposite a window to reflect incoming natural light during the day, or in a way to bounce light off it from other artificial light sources in the room.