After a short stint spent in the bin of “holdover of ’80s design”, sliding mirror wardrobe doors are back in design vogue and now seen as a new classic because they offer so many benefits. A mirrored wardrobe door makes a room appear larger and they reflect the natural light, adding brightness and dimension to the room, making it feel more open, airy and spacious. They offer a fresh take at a truly interesting design feature.
Homeowners choose mirrored wardrobes for their practicality as they save floor space by becoming part of the design vision for the room and the full length mirrors get frequent use.
Successful installers understand the need to pair the mirrors with strategic location to make the most of a room’s natural light. Some areas accommodate mirrored doors better than others. Learn how to use this for design advantage.
Having mirrored doors for the bedroom furniture can have advantages both in terms of functionality and style. Large mirrors allow the home’s residents to better assess clothing choices and ensembles. This is particularly helpful in the home without a dressing room or a large walk-in robe.
While mirrored wardrobes look prefect in contemporary spaces and with minimalist design trends where every feature must have purpose, they blend equally well with classic, art deco, industrial, traditional and shabby chic decorating.
An easy choice
Richters mirrored wardrobe doors offer a low maintenance, easy-to-clean option to change the look of a bedroom. They look amazing and perform effortlessly for years. You can gain even greater design options and mix and match mirrored panels with others to have one, two, three or more panels mirrored.
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