Instead of being permanently mounted on the wall, you can hang the "Tip" table/mirror from wall brackets, or just leave it leaning up against the wall. (I love the look of a full-length floor mirror, and the Tip looks mighty heavy, so that's the method I'd prefer.) Because the piece isn't permanently mounted on the wall, you're free to move it to whereever you need it. And of course, instead of a picture frame, the tip has a mirror on the underside, which I think is much more practical. Sure, you COULD have a huuuge portrait of moi hanging in your home -- I completely understand -- but from a small-space standpoint, having a large, reflective mirror will create the illusion of more space in your tiny home.