Wardrobes are an essential feature of any bedroom, which is why choosing the right one can take some consideration. Mirrored wardrobes have been a popular choice for many years, with styles varying from those with sliding mirror wardrobe doors, to models that have mirrors attached to outward opening doors.
It may seem simple enough to choose a wardrobe with mirrors, but with so many styles, sizes, and colors available, you could need a little help to decide. If you’re considering buying a mirror closet, but are not entirely convinced it’s the right choice for you, take a look at our handy list of pros and cons to help you decide.
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One of the biggest advantages of mirrored closet doors is the effect that they can have on the appearance of the room. As with any large mirrors, they can make a room appear larger. This is especially true of a room with only one closet. Using mirrored doors in a room with more than one closet may have the opposite effect, however.
If the closets are not directly opposite one another, it may still have a positive impact, but opposing doors with mirrors will create a confusing optical illusion that will most likely distract from the room's overall appearance.