Did you know that the first mirrors date back to around 600 B.C.? They were simple, polished surfaces made from natural stone that would reflect an image. Then the Ancient Egyptians began making mirrors from copper…and other cultures began using bronze, silver, and gold. The process for making modern mirrors was developed in 1835. Historically mirrors were thought to reflect the soul, which created quite a bit of superstition about them. There’s no doubt that we humans have always be drawn to mirrors. They inspire self-reflection, honesty, and truth. In the world of design, mirrors are used to reflect light and create the illusion of more space. The Corner Cabinet is showcasing a selection of photos that illustrates different ways to incorporate mirrors into your home.