Compiled by Daniel Williams and Ben Jhoty
Your hallway’s not much wider than a mineshaft
“Put up a whacking great mirror on one side to create the illusion of space,” says Alan Gorrie, of Mr Smith’s Interiors in Sydney. But be careful with placement, he warns. Remember, whatever the glass faces, you’ll suddenly have two of them. If that happens to be a cool piece of artwork, great. If it’s your dunny door, try again. If eyesores aren’t an issue, consider a frameless, floor-to-ceiling mirror that runs the length of the hall. Warning: resist any sudden urge to swing a cat.
Photo by Stuart Holmes Sep 21, 2011