A mirror usually hangs on a wall and provides a highly reflective surface so that you can see a reflection of yourself. They work great as bathroom mirrors. They also are well suited in living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms and hallways. A mirror is a great way to welcome guests at an entry-way, of for private use in a bathroom or restroom. Mirrors also work well to break up a large empty wall area, or positioned next to a door.
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A mirror can be used where you have space on a wall, and space in front to stand. Best used as a bathroom mirror, they are also ideal in a bedroom for dressing, and near an entryway or front door. They also work well in hallways and to enlarge smaller rooms.
Hangs on a wall, likely via one or more screws or mounting adapters. A mirror could alternatively sit on its lower edge on top of furniture, against a wall.