Integrating a mirror into your space will make it seem larger and lighter due to the reflection. If you’re unsure about permanently mounting a mirror, you can keep it temporary by leaning the mirror against the wall. Not only does this prevent holes in the wall, but it also adds an interesting angle to your room.
A black frame leaning mirror comes in many styles. You can choose a rectangular or oversized mirror to provide a larger reflective surface. Arched frames make your ceilings look higher. You can put mirrors on the floor to lean against the wall or prop them on a table or other surface.
A black leaning mirror is a simple design element to bring into a room but it will elevate the aesthetic. Instead of pulling the eye to a thick or decorative frame, the thin black frame fades into the background. You get the benefit of the reflective surface without overshadowing the effect.