Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

Along with paint (the forerunner for instant gratification in my book), I feel that a mirror can change a room in an instant and, unlike some home furnishings and accessories, the right mirror can situate naturally into any space.  Say that about a sofa fitting into a bathroom...  The right choice can add bling and pizazz or simply a quiet reflection.  Added dimension and architectural interest coupled with so many choices of finishes, sizes and styles, there's a mirror waiting patiently to meet your decorating needs.

Garden District Mirrors
Garden District Mirror, from Ballard Designs and priced affordably as a pair,
this mirror has been a popular accent of mine.

Dorado Star Mirror
Dorado Star Mirror, from Ballard Designs

Kinsey Mirror
Kinsey Mirror, from Ballard Designs, I love the horizontal shape and the antique mirror!

Amberlyn Mirror, from Uttermost

Himalaya Mirror, from Uttermost

Alita, Champagne, Mirror, from Uttermost

Sedona Mirror, from Uttermost. 
What drama it adds when placed against a dark surface!

Aubrey Mirror, from Uttermost. 
I love the simplicity and grace of this mirror and just purchased it for use
over a vanity for one of my clients - it's even more beautiful in person! 

Eagan Multipanel Mirror, Large, Bronze finish
Eagan Multipanel Mirror, from Pottery Barn. 
This one is big, so it's perfect when you have a soaring fireplace and
need to dress it up, as indicated in the Pottery Barn photo credit

Mansard Mirrors
Mansard Mirror, from Restoration Hardware.
Something old is new again, hand-carved from salvaged wood.

1 comment:

  1. So true! I am in LOVE with the restoration mirror - I might need to purchase it soon!!!