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April 24, 2013


Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the fairest -
wait a minutemirrors are fairest of them all!
 
 
Love the mirrors; the ivy - not so much.

 
 
Mirrors are one of the most important decorating accessories.
Not only do they reflect light and add illumination to any room,
they can also function as wall art.
 

 
 
A beautiful arrangement of varied shapes and
sizes are a compliment to this lovely staircase.
  



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The beautiful mirror hung on a corner half-wall of
mirrors distracts from the smallness of the foyer.


 
 
A gallery grouping of mirrors can
add sophistication to a bathroom.
 
 
 
I was so mesmerized by the gorgeous mirror that
it took a moment to spot the repurposed dresser.



Providence Design
You can extend the illusion of your
entertaining outdoor space with mirrors, too.


 

I don't know where the owner found these
matching mirrors but they're spectacular.
 
 
 
 
Yatzer      Vangelis Paterakis, photographer
The grouping of mirrors on the left provides
an interesting focal point in the hallway.
 
 
 
 
Most decorators agree that antique mirrors should
not be restored but left in their "aged" condition.
 



Loving Living Small
What a charming display of a mirror collection.
 


 
 
The jury is out on that leather sofa but what a brilliant move
to hang mirrors on the end wall.  They immediately draw
your eyes across the room and accentuate the ceiling height.
 
 
 
A plain mirror offers the perfect
balance to a busy background.
 
 
 
Consider a non-traditional mirror for a classic decorating scheme.
 

 
What a beautiful surprise to find a bar housed in
this stunning armoire along with a vintage mirror.



Bedrooms are so utilitarian that we often forget to make
them exciting.  Obviously, this homeowner remembered:
House To Home

 
 
Mirrors in silver frames look beautiful
against blue or grey color schemes.
 
 
 
The black and white photographs
perfectly frame this vintage mirror.
 
 
Create a border around an unframed
mirror with simple painter's tape.




Mirrors are quite heavy and must be hung with care.



Stacked mirrors on a mantel provide added depth.
 
 
Until you're ready to invest in an expensive work of art,
use a beautiful mirror while waiting to found that ideal piece.

6 comments:

  1. My, what a lovely group of reflective ideas :)
    I love old mirrors that have some of the silver worn off the back. I have a couple. There is a charm to them that touches my creative side. Thanks for sharing this incredible post and for all the work you put into creating it.
    Have a wonderful day.
    Connie :)

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  2. Mirrors are gorgeous! I have my heart set on an outdoor mirror for my garden.
    Have a good day!

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