Framing of Mirrors, change the look!
Framing of Mirrors can make a big change to the look of your space. When looking for a new frame, there will be loads of options, different colors, designs and so on. At George Picture Frames we specialize in Framing of Mirrors! Let us help you bring your vision to life. We do your work in our workshop!
Here we’ll give you a better insight of what to look for when Framing of Mirrors:
How to choose a Mirror:
Choose a simple wooden, metal or plastic frame for a sleek, streamlined look. For a more formal, dramatic look, seek out a mirror with an ornate, gilded frame to serve as a strong focal point for your room. You can also find wall mirrors with mosaic-style frames that feature bits of tile for a fun, eye-catching look.
- The purity of the sheet of glass.
- The flatness of the sheet of glass.
- The thickness of the mirror’s glass.
- The reflective coating on the glass (this coat turns the sheet of glass into a mirror)
How to Choose a Mirror That’s Perfect for Your Wall:
The right mirror on your wall can give the whole space a brand new life. Since mirrors will only reflect what’s in front of them, choose the wall with care. The reflection becomes a part of your room. The three most important things you should look at when selecting mirror frames are shape, size, and style.
Find a Shape That Works for You:
As you might have already realized, shape plays an important role in defining any space. It can create a mood, accentuate what is already there, or give an illusion of something else.
- A long horizontal shape will serve to accentuate width, as it helps sweep your eye along a long line. A tall vertical shape will call attention to height as it makes your eye travel up.
- An angular shape such as a square or rectangle will help give an orderly restrained look.
- Use a rounded or curved frame for a softer or maybe even whimsical look, depending on the style of its frame.
- You can even create a shape by grouping several mirrors together just the way you would with photographs or framed art.
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