SMALL SPACE DWELLER HANDBOOK:
Beveled Mirrors



I've been blogging weekly recaps of Design Star for Apartment Therapy and while watching the finale the other night, I was inspired by Dan's use of beveled mirror panels on the wall and in the custom built-in above the mantle. I think when used the right way, this can add a chic vibe to a small space while expanding the space and adding tons of extra light. Depending on the size, most panels cost well under $20 and you can create an impactful and affordable small space accent while using your walls.

::images by hgtv and blount design::

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4 Responses to "SMALL SPACE DWELLER HANDBOOK:
Beveled Mirrors

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Jenn said... 9/15/2009

I found your blog yesterday and I am really enjoying reading your posts! I have a tiny house and am sure I'll learn a lot here :).

I completely agree about mirrors in small spaces. When used correctly, they completely open up a room and add much needed depth. As I design my house, I'm trying to find space to add a well placed mirror.

urbansardines said... 9/15/2009

I really liked that solution, too. And I loved the fact that it hid a TV! Actually, Dan had several good small space solutions in that house. The daughter's room was also pretty handy!

NIcolette said... 9/17/2009

This is the perfect solution, especially considering the space it's featuring.

The extra space can also feature other unique pieces to accent the room, as shown in the second picture.

madelin said... 9/20/2009

Love to see all the small space ideas.

http://smallspaceresources.blogspot.com

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