The first advice
is to avoid it. Mirrors do not belong to the bedroom, especially not belong to the
The only exception is when the mirror is parallel to the headboard. (in this case
you should not see the mirror when you are in bed). All mirrors stay in the bed room needs
to be faced away from the bed. The test method is to lie in the bed and you should not see
the surface of the mirror.
If you are used to have a dresser next to the bed, you can put
a piece of thick decorative cloth on the surface of the mirror and only remove it when you
need to use the mirror. Cover the mirror can be very helpful if there is no
better way to handle the situation. This applies to all reflective surfaces such as TV and computer
Cover the mirror is helpful only if it is covered with an object that can serve
as a 'cover'. For example, 'cover with dust' does not count. A very genius bedroom design
I have seen is to have remotely controlled doors for the mirror. You can also have a
remotely controlled rotating stand for you TV. Remember, you spend one-third of your life
time in bed for the purpose of resting. Make it a priority.