House by Regent's Park - Project by Vicki Wells/Wells & TrembathTraditional Hallway & Landing, London

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Cathy Rebecca added this to 10 Cool Ways With Mirrored Walls6 Dec 2015

Expand a hallwayLarge mirrors are always a boon for the hallway as they instantly widen narrow proportions. If you don’t have room for a freestanding version or wall space to hang one, why not try attaching a block of mirrored tiles to the wall and let the light flood in? You can still have your console table and coat rack in front, and even fix wall lights to it, as here.Many companies cut mirrors to suit your dimensions and style. Keep the sheet frameless for a light and airy feel or get a frame or grid made for added definition.

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Cathy Rebecca added this to Houzz Tour: A Period London Townhouse is Treated to a Lavish Makeover13 Oct 2015

The sense of luxury can be felt immediately you walk into the house. ‘The challenge was to find pieces that looked original to the property,’ says Wells. She used mouldings to create the floor-to-ceiling mirror in the hallway. ‘I attached the mouldings to the wall, and then fitted the mirrors within,’ she says. ‘They were painted black and then washed over to look like grey metal.’ Wells sourced three different varieties of marble tiles for the floor, and then had them cut to size and the correct thickness to fit. ‘The floor also had to be levelled,’ she says. ‘It was a highly complex job, but it really worked in the end, so I was very pleased.’Mirrors, Mirrorworks.Discover 10 ways to work antique mirrors into your home

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Donna Dunseath added this to Exeter Gardens15 Jan 2018

Expand a hallwayLarge mirrors are always a boon for the hallway as they instantly widen narrow proportions. If you don’t have room for a freestanding version or wall space to hang one, why not try attaching a block of mirrored tiles to the wall and let the light flood in? You can still have your console table and coat rack in front, and even fix wall lights to it, as here.Many companies cut mirrors to suit your dimensions and style. Keep the sheet frameless for a light and airy feel or get a frame or grid made for added definition.

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Jonathon Shaw added this to 26C Hall & Stairs30 Sep 2017

mirrored effect wall in hall as come up stairs?

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Martin Foreman added this to Martin's ideas2 Apr 2017

Mirrors to add apparent width to narrow hall, but this lot is too gloomy

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