Decorating with Mirrors Opens Up a Room

Decorating with Mirrors Opens Up a Room
May 03, 2014

The decor you choose is what makes a house a home, but outside of knocking out walls, hanging mirrors is the best way to make a room look and feel larger.

“Mirrors reflect light, add depth, and really open up a room,” says Gail Hatch, owner of Lake Glass & Mirror of Gun Barrel City.

Lake Glass & Mirror sells and installs a wide variety of mirrors, including wall-sized mirrors and mirrored wall tiles that can be positioned to capture outside light and reflect it around a room. The business also can custom fit a new mirror into an existing frame, and bathroom mirrors of all shapes and sizes are always a part of bathroom renovations and construction in custom homes.

“We work with customers on the creative use of mirrors, as well,” Hatch explains, noting that recently the company installed mirrored panels into the back of a china hutch to enhance the items kept within.

“We do custom work with mirrors all the time, and I’m happy to visit with homeowners or their interior designers in a home to consult on the best placement and style of mirror,” Hatch says.

Whether you need a replacement mirror or are looking to open up your rooms with new mirrors, stop in to Lake Glass & Mirror and talk to Gail. She can be reached at 903 880 0026. The showroom is located at 117 Dunaway, behind Family Dollar in Gun Barrel City.