Monique Valeris is the founder of Decor Musings, which houses roundups of the most stylish home products out now, highlights of her flea market shopping adventures, interviews with interior design experts, and tons more. Happy decorating!
Mirrors are one of those items that can sometimes be overlooked when decorating a home and that shouldn't be the case. They're not only functional--they can open up small spaces, especially when we're talking about those with very little natural light.
One of the best deals I snagged to-date was on a standing mirror with a wood frame that I purchased as a teenager. Even now, there isn't a day that goes by without me at least taking a glance in it before rushing out the house for work. It's just that useful, even after all these years. So whether it's a full-length mirror for your closet area (I've had my eye on this Ikea number) or a vintage one mounted on the wall over a living room sofa, think about where you might be able to use one. I'm sure you won't be disappointed.