Fancy sprucing up your daughter or son's room up with very little effort for 2010? A simple and paint-brush free way of doing this is to invest in a new mirror.
Designs have come a long way from the standard full length and tabletop options. With the advancement of sticker-based mirrors and laser-cut styles, shoppers have a whole heap of choices.
This Hello Kitty Mirror, (£29.99, Argos) functions as both a mirror and a decorative addition to the bedroom of a Hello Kitty fan. It comes complete with wall adhesive pads, so you can stick it straight onto the wall.
Need a little more convincing?
Here are five more mirrors suitable for your child's bedroom, or the young at heart!
BARNSLIG, IKEA, top left, £14.99
Splash Mirror, Mungai Mirros, top right, £4.95
Cityscape, Sendmeamirror.com, middle right, from £6.99 (depending on size)
Large Butterfly Wings, Rooms you love, bottom right, £51.08
Paw Print, Sendmeamirror.com, bottom left, from £5.10 (depending on size)