Working for a glass and mirror company for so many years that serves areas like Highland Park, University Park, and Southlake, I have been in contact with some excellent designers. One key thing they always mention is mirrors. Mirrors, whether framed or flat, can open and visually enhance your space.
In my own bedroom, I decided to take down a framed picture I had on the wall, to create a new look and also bring in more light. I took apart the frame, removed the picture and painted the frame shiney black to give the frame a new look. Once it was dry, I had our shop fabricate a mirror and install the mirror in my newly painted frame. Once I got the beautiful new frame on the wall, my room instantly felt and looked bigger.
This was not by any means a large project, but Alamo Glass and Mirror can help you with any project., whether big or small. Let our experienced staff help bring your ideas to life.
Below is an interesting article I found about mirrors enhancing the true beauty of your space. If you have hit a decorating wall and need a quick and easy accent to your space, come by and look at our affordable mirrors in our showroom.
“Decorating With Mirrors” courtesy of ElleDecor
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7 thoughts on “Did you know Mirrors instantly open up a room?”
Good job Jodie! Taking an old picture frame and painting it whatever color you want and then having Alamo install a mirror in it is a great idea. That is very inexpensive, and any one can do it. I look forward to more great glass and mirror ideas like this one!
Great article Jodi! I too have painted a frame to put a mirror in & was excited to have a new look!! I love mirrors in any room. Looking forward to your next blog. Thanks, Debbie
Thank you Debbie! Hopefully I can post some more DIY blogs related to the glass and mirror field very soon!
Wow, congrats Jodie! This is our most commented on post! Keep up the good work.
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