Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Frames and Mirrors

I've posted before about using mirrors as a decorating tool, but I want to revisit it again, since I've been thinking about it a lot lately. Eventually these thoughts are going to make it to a wall in my house.

I saw the birdcage mirrors in this picture and went !!! OMG DO WANT !!!

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The closest thing I could find to what I see there is this bidrcage mirror from Rain Collection.

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Since collages were already on my brain, that got me Googling mirrors and frames.

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Anthropologie has this great way of making something look both worn and fabulously chic all at the time.

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The use of white on white here adds interest and texture without making an already small space feel smaller. Makes that black chair really pop as well.

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Love the old, worn windows. They add so much texture to the wall without being overbearing or distracting.

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I have mixed feeling about vinyl wall art, but it's really working for me here.

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Easy way to fill an empty space and instantly beautiful. With so many variations on how to approach the subject, it keeps it from getting boring.

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