This week’s article was written by Graeme Wilson, UK contributor. He talks about a surface not usually seen in the kitchen—mirror.
Though unusual, mirror has many benefits such as bouncing light around the room which visually enlarges the space and adds a sense of depth. It certainly gives a touch of glamour. It can also hide features such as structural pillars which you may not want to see.
Depending on the type of glass used, it works beautifully in both traditional and contemporary designed kitchens.
And in spite of what you may fear, mirror is not difficult to keep clean—even behind the cook stove.
Take a look at the photos and descriptions. They show imaginative ways that you could add mirror to your own kitchen.
Incorporating a carefully chosen mirror into your kitchen injects a touch of glamour and brings other benefits. The reflective surface bounces light back across a room, boosting brightness and adding a sense of depth. It’s also a simple but highly effective way to make your space look bigger. Depending on what type of mirror you go for, it can be a relatively inexpensive way to improve your cooking space. Browse these imaginative ways to add mirrored glass to your kitchen.
Until next time…
Blessings from my home to yours,
Dedicated to helping YOU live your rooms—not the other way around
For more terrific kitchen ideas, check out “17 Unique Kitchen Decorating Ideas: Get Inspired With These Great Looks.”


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