If you thoughtfully and carefully decorated every inch of your home, would you really just unfold a few plastic chairs in your yard and call it a day? Of course not.
Outside spaces are no longer an afterthought. Now they are out Spaces–An extension of your interior design style. Instead of a simple picnic table, these rooms are fully framed and designed, with dining sets, armchairs, couches, carpets, and even chandeliers and wall art. This is where mirrors come in: they’re an unexpected element that kind of makes sense. They instantly elevate a room and make it feel finished. Whether your piece of nature is a sprawling suburb or a tiny city terrace, it will look a little more polished with mirrors. Get inspiration from these outdoor spaces where mirrors make all the difference.
This lovely outdoor space has a rustic, romantic feel to it with stone walls, a vintage cafe table and chairs, and flowers displayed in a jug. An arched mirror in the garden gives it even more appeal to the old world.
Make the most of vaulted ceilings with a tall mirror, like this domed, desperate version with window pane detailing. Paired with a sturdy console table, it doubles as a bar or buffet when you’re entertaining.
If you live in an urban area, you are lucky enough to have a garden at all. So if you don’t have exactly a ton of square feet, a mirrored grille will add dimension to your space and make it feel luscious.
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The key to this casually cool backyard vignette is the relaxed combination of high-quality elements such as the pink Acapulco chair paired with a curved window mirror in a vintage look that casually leans against the bright green wall.
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A round mirror gives this daybed a modern twist with an antique bedspread. It also reflects the light from the chandelier hanging in front of it.
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If you have a small enclosed back yard, take a note from that urban garden and make the room look bigger with a wide horizontal mirror.
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Why settle for a fire pit when you can have an outdoor fireplace? This stately brick version even has a mantelpiece, so a large round mirror makes it feel like the ultimate outdoor space.
A large rectangular mirror on a peasant table serves as the center of a striking vignette made of antique urns and galvanized metal pots that are bursting with green.
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