A much seen place for mirrors in an Asian home is at the dining room. It is a common belief that the mirror doubles the amount of food on the table though traditional feng shui doesn't take to this as the food would eventually be eaten, leaving nothing behind. Nevertheless, it doesn't hurt to have a feature wall embellished with a gorgeous mirror.
|Simple gold framed mirror via unknown...isn't that chandelier to die for?|
Antique mirrors with all the patina glory make a great feature wall and reflects without the harshness of an ordinary mirror.
|Antique mirror tiles via unknown|
|Framed antique mirror via Lonny Mag|
|Hervé van der Straeten mirror via coco+kelley|
Or perhaps one of these on the mantelpiece.
|Birdcage mirror via Angel at my Table|
Baroque mirrors are back in style and you can find them in several home décor shops around KL.
Mirrors don't always have to be pinned against a wall. The owners of this house have a great view from the bathroom which they glassed up all around and added as a backdrop to the mirrors.
|Bathroom mirrors via unknown|
Liven up an old door with small pieces of mirror in between the edgings.
|Mirrored architectural door via Greige|
* Some images are from unknown sources. Please email me if it belongs to you and I'd be happy to credit you for it.