Bring in the light
One of the biggest advantages of mirrors in interior design is their reflective quality.
Therefore, to make the most of this, you have to pay attention to how you position your mirrors on your walls.
Your best bet is putting your mirror on the wall opposite from the window.
This also gives the illusion of another window, which only benefits any room.
At the same time, mirrors can enhance your artificial lighting as well. If placed behind lamps or facing chandeliers, the mirror will double the amount of light the source creates, giving your space a luxurious illumination.
Stick to light colours
Even though mirrors will bring in plenty of light, you don’t want to neglect the rest of your interior design.
Rather, you should enhance the advantages of the previous tip. So, make sure that the rest of your design is mostly using light colours.
Light colours reflect the light while dark ones absorb it, so not to diminish all the light you just got thanks to your mirrors, make sure your walls, as well as your larger furniture pieces, are light.
White is, of course, the best for this purpose but if you dislike the look of it, you can also go for pastel hues such as beige or yellow.
That said, if you already have dark walls and you aren’t changing them anytime soon, large wall mirrors placed on them to contrast the darkness are still a good solution.