Mirror and a tile? Does that thing really exist? What exactly is mirror tile and how is it made? A mirror tile is a mirror that has been chopped into pieces of a specific shape, with the edges of the shards being processed and referred to as facet.
Unlike the traditional ones, modern mirror tiles come in a variety of forms and sizes, not just rectangles. Large or mosaic squares, diamond shapes, triangles, crescents, and other shapes can be found. Decorative interior tiles with a reflective surface are typically constructed of glass or hard plastic such as polystyrene, but the reflecting surface can be applied to almost any material.
They are mounted on ceilings, walls, columns, niches, and doors in domestic areas and can be found seen in bathrooms, entry halls, bedrooms, living room and kitchen as well.
Mirror tiles are useful and long-lasting, which is one of their key features. This way even if you spend a bit more money you wouldn’t regret it. To add that eye-catching appearance to your decor, explore with shapes and employ square or triangular shapes.
3 most common places for mirror tiles:
- Living room:
Give your living room more of an attractive look than keeping it simple. Mirror wall tiles in the living room interior will serve as an excellent decorative element. Reflective tile on the ceiling or tile inserts in distinct parts will enhance height and volume. Facing one of the walls will highlight the room’s refinement, as well as expand and add depth to the area. This type of wall is ideal for doubling the visual attractiveness of gorgeous flower vases, unique pieces of furniture, indoor plants, candles and many other things.
Having these in your bedroom is a great idea, but make sure the tiles aren’t facing your bed. Otherwise, the mirror wall tiles will reflect towards the bed. They should be used to embellish the wall behind the headboard rather than the ceiling or the wall opposite the bed. Areas near the window, door, and wall niches, as well as the region adjacent to the closet and the vanity table, are all good choices.
Kitchens are bound to look very lively. Dull kitchen look give really weird vibes! The interior of a kitchen with mirror wall tiles looks great. When placed next to surfaces with dark saturated hues, they look really good. As previously said, these tiles go well with ceramics, natural and artificial stone, glass, metal, and other similar materials. Reflective tiles can be used for a backsplash or to cover the backs of shelves and cabinets with glass doors.