Mirrors are some of the most versatile pieces of interior furniture you will ever use in your home. Not only are they functional, used for personal grooming and as decorative presentation pieces, they also have the ability to change the entire look of any room immediately – which makes putting a mirror into a room the quickest facelift any interior could get. Aesthetically pleasing, mirrors can enhance or create moods, as well as having the ability to change the shape of a room altogether. Enlarging Your Interior Space using Mirrors Small rooms, narrow hallways and tiny entrance halls can be immediately opened up and made to look bigger than they really are by the careful placement of a mirror or multiple mirrors. Combined with good lighting and good placement of lights, these small moves can make a narrow space look wider, larger or more open. If you are faced with a number of walls and are not sure which one to put your mirror onto, then pick the longest out of any three walls and place your mirror there. It will help to reflect light, giving a wraparound illusion of depth and width. Hallways and Bathrooms Placing a mirror in a hallway is not always as easy as you’d think, and many people make the mistake of thinking that they have to cover the entire wall with a mirror. Not only is this an expensive option, it is not necessarily the best. Instead, position a few strategically placed mirrors facing doorways or windows, which will have the effect of opening up the space considerably. Bathroom mirrors have the added benefit of not needing a frame around it, therefore providing a seamless edge, bringing the room, natural and artificial light into a kaleidoscope that changes according to the level of light available. Changing Faces When it comes to frames around mirrors you can keep up dating them for a considerably inexpensive price that can be updated to match your décor seasonally or annually. A classic frame around the mirror, with a luxurious bevelled edge is one of the most popular designs. But more and more people are picking the dramatic look, going for an ostentatious, moulded designed frame, making their mirror not only a functional piece but  n eye catching, dramatic work of art that takes centre stage as the star of the show – and adds a touch of elegance and glamour to any room. Strategic Mirror Tricks to help you sell your Home When you have been living in your home for a long time, it can be very easy to settle into a comfort zone and not notice integral design and décor failures that are definitely not going to add a positive ambiance to your homes sale appeal. These will not attract the right buyer who could miss the potential that your home really has. De - cluttering some of your living space and introducing some mirrors, opening up rooms and letting in the light will create a lasting impact and impression that will have potential buyers coming back for more and your chances of a sale will be higher. Place your mirrors in a way that encourages natural light play during the day and will create soft ambient tones from artificial light at night.