Floor standing mirror add texture and dimension to a room design. Their ability to jump light, images and color expands the size of all rooms and even allows natural light to be redirected, filling the room. In varying heights and shapes, portrait mirrors provide a moving reflective surface to work with when building a design. Finding the best place to place a standing mirror depends on the size and style of the mirror, what it needs to be used for and the light requirements in the room.
Measure the height and width of the mirror. Floor standing mirror can be short so you can see only your face and hair, high enough for you to see your entire body or any size in between. Determine if there is anything special about the portrait mirror you want to show. This may mean carved trim, a special shape or frame made of a special material. Consider the room where the standing mirror should be placed. Note any special features to be weighted screen patterns, fabrics on window treatments, linens or furniture. Perhaps the door is an interesting shape or trim.
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Consider how the floor standing mirror will be used and note if it will be a decorative piece (add-on character to the room) or a practical piece of furniture. Practical applications include arranging your hair and makeup or checking how your clothes look at you.