If you are fortunate enough to have the pleasure of your own dressing room, as with most things, it's the finer details that complete the overall look. Deciding on the perfect mirror is an essential part of the design process, and depending on the style you seek, this can influence the end result.
Forever elegant and right on trend, is a modern and contemporary styled dressing room for your walk-in-wardrobe. As the only source of light is coming from the contemporary chandelier, it is important to keep the hue of the room pale and ensure as much light fills the space as possible.
The simple, undefined mirror gives the illusion of additional space and openness; elements which are very important as you don't want to feel small and starved of room. The placement of the mirror gives the user a complete 360 degree view during their outfit selection process!
Adding a decorative frame to a somewhat modern scene, adds character and elegance. It also breaks up the geometry and straight lines provided by the other furniture items. The gold colour complements and lifts away from the neutral colour palette to create another dimension. It also gives the room a slightly regal touch.
If you don't have the option of built in cupboards but still want the opulence of a designated dressing room, these slatted oriental mirrored cupboards are the perfect choice to offset the wooden parquetry floor.
The designer has cleverly installed lighting that pivots and has chosen to face it in two directions against the mirror surface. This creates a lovely ambiance and ensures the light bounces from one corner of the room to the other meaning you can ensure you look amazing from every angle!
Unlike most, this dressing room does not have direct access to natural light. Despite the small and slightly crammed space, the simple full sized mirror ensures the room appears open and light filled. The designer has cleverly used white doors with no detail to make the space appear endless.
As minimalism is the objective here, the room lacks ornamentation and is cleverly finished off with a simple side table to store smaller, more delicate items.
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