Mirror Mirror on the Wall...
Which one is the fairest...for your space. It is my firm belief that every room needs at least one mirror! Not so you can gaze at yourself all day, but because they give life to any room. They reflect light adding sparkle any time and romance in the evening. Placed strategically, they can reflect something beautiful from the outside making a room feel more open and adding color and interest where needed. The following are some mirrors that are very versatile. I like decor that is mobile - meaning that it will work in several parts of my home. I love the ability to "shop my house" and change things around when the mood strikes. Above image via wisteria.com
The Louis Phillipe mirror above, with it's clean lines, is one of the most versatile mirrors. It blends seemlessly into both modern and traditional decor.
This Venetian oval mirror is another timeless mirror that will work just about anywhere
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There is something about bone inlay mirrors that make me swoon! They are so feminine and beautiful and come in a wide array of colors. I love this medium blue, but a more neutral one would be much more versatile. This would be great in a teen girls bathroom.
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The above vintage, faux bamboo mirror is a classic. It's quite large at 47" tall so it will make a statement wherever it goes. It is quintessential Palm Beach style and also will work in almost any style of decor. I love this mirror. It evokes images of the interiors of the privileged in mid century Palm Beach. A glamorous time documented in Slim Aarons photographs.
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I love this mirror too for many of the same reasons that I love the previous gold, faux bamboo mirror. It's so unique, but still a classic that will stand the test of time
This image via decorpad.com depicts a creative way to use this antique french mirror in this charming bath
This image via skipti.net is a perfect example of using antiqued, distressed, mirrored glass in a modern way. It's fantastic!
This airy, fresh, round mirror would also work seamlessly in a contemporary or traditional interior.
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The mirrored, square tiles add extra sparkle to this darling bathroom
I am a thrifter! I love to make the rounds at my local Habitat or Rescue Mission store. You never know what treasures you may uncover. I have had great luck finding mirrors for very little money. Remember, if you don't like the frame, give it a makeover or change it altogether. A beautiful piece of beveled mirrored glass can be costly, so often you can save a considerable amount by just having it reframed.
Hopefully this post has inspired you to add some to your home with mirrors!!!