There's that saying that goes something like this: "We don't know a good thing until its gone." I'm sure you've had that moment when you've been out and about and you were frantically looking for a mirror of some sort or realized you didn't have a pocket mirror in your purse. In that moment you swore to yourself you'd never be without one again (if you're a woman) and you really appreciated the beauty and functionality of a mirror because it shows you if clothes, hair or makeup is askew. As a homeowner or designer, mirrors are wonderful decor pieces and create more openness in a space.
Why have just one main mirror in a room? Juggle things up and place mirrors of different sizes, shapes and colored frames in a fun collage on a wall among other frames or decor.
Don't limit accents and pops of color to pillows or rugs. Add a splash of color with a ornately framed mirror in a color of your choice. Who wouldn't want to look into that mirror?
Take it all in. Mirrors typically don't let you take in your entire wardrobe for the day. This also can create a feeling of more space in smaller quarters.