"If you don't quite have the wall space for a French Dressing Table , then a free-standing Dressing Mirror with a Chair or Bedside Table could just provide a perfect little dressing area in a corner of your room. A pair of mirrors either side of a grand French Upholstered Bed will frame it beautifully whilst also providing 'his & hers' Dressing Mirrors."
"Capture the essence of laid-back French chic by hanging beads and dresses from your French Bedroom Company mirror"
About Full Length Mirrors
With or Without a Stand?
Whichever room in your home you would like to buy a French style mirror for, the first question you need to ask yourself is whether you want one that comes with its own stand or one that can be placed directly on the floor, i.e. a free standing floor mirror. In order to answer this question, you will need to consider the type of flooring in the space in question, the existing interior décor, and any other pieces of furniture that are currently occupying the room. There may also be other factors that play a part in your decision, such as whether there are any boisterous pets or children in your household. If there are, putting free standing mirrors in rooms with polished wooden floors could be asking for trouble. Once you have carefully considered all the salient facts, you should find it much easier to make your choice.
A Thing of Beauty
Many of our customers find themselves compelled to buy one of our ornate French mirrors simply because they are objects of such beauty that they wish to have one somewhere in their home. This is of course a perfectly good reason to acquire one and we guarantee that should you decide to make such a purchase on an impulse, you will not regret it. Finally, please remember that we are always here to help: you are more than welcome to call and ask for our assistance when shopping for a French full length mirror.
Creating an Interior That Is Full of Natural Light
The biggest problem that many homeowners face when redecorating or refurbishing their properties is how to make dark corners look appealing. Owing to the layout of modern homes, there are sometimes corners of downstairs reception rooms and bedrooms that simply don’t get enough light during the day. However, with the help of a few of our fabulous dressing mirrors, you can make sure that even the darkest of corners receives plenty of sunlight in the day and that your electric lighting is reflected to every part of your home at night. Whether you use some of our antique white mirrors or several more contemporary models, the effects of the reflected light will be equally powerful.