– Hang mirrors in hallways and staircases. Small, horizontal mirrors can do wonders for widening the appearance of narrow spaces.
– Limit mirrors in kitchens and bedrooms. They’re really not necessary in kitchens and are likely to get watermarks. In bedrooms, they can activate energy and cause restlessness.
Make sure to hang each mirror properly. A single hook is dangerous (not to mention your mirror might hang at an angle). So, use secure picture hangers or wall hooks – two on each side will offer the most support. And if your mirror is particularly large, consider letting professionals do it for you.