Mirrors in general add depth to a room and live edge mirrors additionally capture the warmth of real wood. This is a winning combination for any room, with a wide variety of shapes and sizes from which to choose. The live edge wood can act as a holder from the sides, the mirror can be placed so that it looks as if it is at the back of a knothole, or made into a regular frame.
Regardless of the frame style that you select, you can be certain of having a beautiful mirror to hang on your wall. The small, knothole styles are perfect for the bathroom, bedroom, or for use as accent mirrors. The larger styles where the live edge acts as a holder for the mirror make beautiful faux window mirrors, giving a boost to the spacious feel of your living or dining room. If you want something a little more understated, strips cut from the natural edge of a slab can be shaped into a frame. This gives an organic feel to even a simple mirror that is hung in the hall so that you can check your hair before you go out.