Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall...

Mirrors can really add impact to a space by adding light, depth and reflection. If you choose a mirror that's bold, unique, and colorful, you can really make a statement. Hang a mirror above your fireplace, over a console, in the powder bath above a pedestal sink, the dining room, your closet, entryway, in a grouping of 3 down the hall...the possibilities are endless! Here are some of my favorites...
Armela mirror via Uttermost; Recycled Tin Mirror from CB2
Top left, clockwise: Agra Mirror from Gump's San Francisco; Gilded Open Work Mirror via Arteriors Home; Sitara mirror from Uttermost.

Randolph Mirror in Matte White & Jet Black - Shine Home


Top left, clockwise: Laminated Capiz Mirror via west elm; Randall from Uttermost; Grier Small Mirror - Crate & Barrel; Convex Mirror Panel from Pottery Barn.

15 comments:

  1. great post, i agree about the mirrors adding their own impact, i personally love the randoph mirrors the best, i'm a sucker for a more vintage frame. fabulous.

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  2. I've never seen the mirrors from Shine Home- they are gorgeous!!

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  3. Lovely collection of mirrors to view your black Oscar de la Renta gown or gold Gucci dress... don't want to look out of place in the market!
    ENJOY your day!

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  4. Flea markets are a great source for affordable mirrors!

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  5. I love fancy mirrors. I was watching the daily 10 the other day on E! and they were showcasing CC Skye's boutique. She has the most amazing glamorous mirrors in her shop! Great choices!!!

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  6. I have just found your blog and I am soooo adding you to my favorite sites/blogs! What gorgeous things you have here....

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  7. all such pretty options! i've been collecting gold, vintage frames for a while and i'm going to eventually group them all together.

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  8. These are wonderful. I have a thing for mirrors (as I have a thing for a lot of things, lol), especially convex mirrors. This is quite a handsome selection. I always find ways to add them to my home without looking too vain, but I do like how they reflect the room and the light. I also have a habit of putting them at odd heights, treating them more like artwork than something functional.

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  9. Absolutely lovely mirrors! I have a few (large!) mirrors that I have purchased over the years because the frames were just so beautiful; now that we're in our small apartment it looks like one of us is very vain since there's a mirror in pretty much each room :)

    I've been gone for few days and you have some great posts to catch up on, yay!

    (btw, I tagged you on my blog).

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  10. oh so many choices. i don't know which i like more.

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  11. I love mirrors - these are pure greatness!

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  12. A great place to find beautiful, grand mirrors is Hobby Lobby. I have found many lovely mirrors there, including my favorite art deco mirror in my living room.

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  13. i love mirrors. I have them through out my house, especially the smaller areas.

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