Mirror mirror on the wall, am I deceiving your eye at all? Whether for a large space or small, mirrors can enhance any size space through its clever placement. In Alfies Antiques Market in London, what could have been an otherwise drab set up, this indoor garden in a corner next to a stairwell was made more interesting and four times larger than it could have been. This trick can be adjusted for smaller situations such as propping a puny bouquet against a mirror just the same and receiving the same results. Mirror tricks are good but keep it clean.
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