All the mirrors in our home are different shapes and sizes, and were all different prices. Not to mention, mirrors can have multiple personalities. The same mirror surface can look completely different with a different frame. They are all accessorized differently in our home.
Here are a few different types of mirrors:
The sunburst mirror
Beveled edge (no frame)
One of my first apartments was in a basement on Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA. It wasn't ideal with its 7 foot dropped ceiling, absolutely no windows, and concrete floors. It was about as good looking as a two car garage. The biggest problem I had with this space was the fact it had no windows. It was also tiny with no walls. I used to lovingly call it "The Dungeon." Mirrors were the antidote for my problem. Before I knew it, the dungeon felt bigger, less cramped, and all the light was bouncing around from mirror to mirror, making it lighter and friendlier. If you don't know what kind of art you like, a mirror can fix that. Put one above your bed, mantle, dinning room table, or even in your kitchen. Tip: make sure when you put the mirror up, the reflection you will be looking at is one that you want to see.
We've done some research for you and have found some great deals on mirrors:
Bronze Vintage Mirror, Target, Sale - $15.99
Silver Beaded Mirror, Target, Sale - $39.99
Black Oval Bathroom Mirror, Ikea - $39.99
Mirrored Sconce, Bed Bath & Beyond - $14.99
Fleur-De-Lis Mirror, Hobby Lobby - $29.99
Don't forget to check out your local thrift and antique stores as well!!