Kristiina Senta. home decor. October 10th , 2017.
Try to avoid decorating rooms with mirrors. If a mirror has to be there, then set it in a place where any other light source will not be reflected. Place heavy accessories or houseplants, instead. You can also add a faux doorway to divide the room on a temporary basis.
The first and foremost thing that you need to consider is the size of the mirror. To make the dressing table a fit piece in your room, the width of the dresser should match the mirror's width. As the dresser will be placed right below the mirror, matching their widths is very essential to add to the aesthetic value of the room. The next point to note is the height of the dressing table. Before you go shopping for this furniture item, measure the remaining height below your mirror. A dressing table should fit this exact height. A little less would be fine, but anything taller than the measured height would cut the mirror and spoil the look.
You don't want to choke your home with everything nautical-esque since that would take away its homey essence and be more like a tavern going with a maritime theme. You want it to be noticeable but not too noticeable, where these should take up enough room for one to stand back and admire, and not have digest so much at a time.
Another important aspect of this style of decorating is that it follows a certain arrangement principle, like Feng Shui in the Oriental culture. Symmetry and closeness of space are the two important factors one must consider while arranging Mediterranean furniture. The whole idea is to create a warm and inviting place for conversation and family gatherings.
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