Aside from soaring ceilings and gigantic windows, there is no better friend to a small space than a well-placed mirror. Expanding walls, amplifying light, breaking up visual clutter, mirrors can be used to solve most any design dilemma. Perhaps that's why we feature their awesomeness so often.

Tricks of the Trade: 5 Smart Ways To Use Mirrors In Small Spaces

I love the idea of hanging a large mirror in the entry way to reflect light. Update: There is no formal entry way in this house, but I will be placing our mirror on the left wall of the cozy room which will bounce a lot of light into the entryway.

NOTE INTERIOR METAL PASSAGE DOORS. THIS CONCEPT FORMS A SEPARATION BETWEEN TWO AREAS, THOUGH STILL ALLOWING ALL TO FEEL OPEN. THIS COULD BE AN OPTION BETWEEN YOUR MUD ROOM AND HALLWAY.

Black metal double doors with extra pane of glass above doors would bring in heaps of light and I like the 'stream-lined' look of it.

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