Thursday, June 10, 2010

Mirror, Mirror On the Wall...


Who's the fairest of them all?


Okay...so I don't say this when I look in the mirror.
But I do LOVE mirrors!


I think decorating with mirrors is one of my favorite decorating tips.


What can a mirror do???

Make a room look bigger...
more "open"...
a bit brighter...


reflect something beautiful in it's image,


whether from the outdoors
or a thing of beauty in your own home.

They can make a statement...


You can embellish them...


show off your favorite style or era...
such as shabby


or a vintage venetian glass mirror.


You can hang them or prop them.


They can be in a grouping or all by themselves.


There is even beauty in mirrored furniture.


SO...
Do you like mirrors?
Do you use mirrors in your decorating?

Here's hoping that you see something like this when you look in a mirror today...

Have a WONDERFUL Day!!!

11 comments:

  1. Love all the looks . Would love to have room for mirrors I have a couple.Laura Q

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  2. I do love mirrors and hope to have a bigger place someday so I can do some decorating with them!

    I love the staircase mirrors and the mirror with the shutters, absolutely beautiful!

    Hope you are well my friend. I've been busy loving on my growing boy!

    Blessings to you!

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  3. i love the grouping up the stairway & i love the giant one propped on the floor
    & i really love the grouping in the industrial loft space

    ps-have i asked you this before. do i know you from ebay? your daughters picture on your sidebar makes me think that.... :)

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  4. Hi Suzanne,

    Yeah, I love mirrors and have some as decoration around the home. Come to think of it, that sounds like an awesome blog post one of these days. :)

    Thanks for sending a note the other day. I re-visited your blog right away and just love your writing style and photos. I found myself nodding ever so often reading some of your recent posts, so now I am a follower.

    Have a great weekend,
    Birgit

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  5. I do love mirrors and all of these are gorgeous!
    ~have a fab weekend~
    Gwen:)

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  6. Love the photos ~ the grouping going up the stairs is lovely and one day I want to have an armoir just like that one!

    I'm in the process of striping and refinishing an antique {with many coats of paint} mirror for our hallway upstairs.

    Jo

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  7. Hi,
    Your blog is so pretty! I'm following from MBC.

    Joanna
    http://joannaslife.com

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    We will be allowing two weeks for each project. But if you get behind, please don't worry. Just keep working a little each day. The whole point of this group is to develop the habit of doing art each day. It is also so we can encourage one another and be an accountability group. I personally need the accountability part of it. Knowing that others are coming to see what I'm up to is very motivational; otherwise, I may not finish it on my own. Some projects may be easier for you than others and may allow you to catch up. But if you don't, don't get discouraged. Just keep on going. This is a low pressure group. I want everyone to have fun and also enjoy visiting one another.
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    Trudy Callan

    www.artisticcreationswithtrudy.blogspot.com
    Be sure and check my blog often for updates and notes of encouragement.

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Again, I am so glad you could join us.
    Trudy
    http://artisticcreationswithtrudy.blogspot.com/2010/02/new-artistic-mother-group-forming-i.html
    Note: Due to copyright laws, we are not allowed to do tutorials or step-by-step photos of the projects on our blogs or take photos of the pages in the book and post them. You may post a photo of your version of the project and talk about your experiences and feelings relating to it.

    Also, if you are doing this project with a friend, each person must have their book unless you are doing it together under the same roof. No photocopying of the book, please.

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  9. Love Love Love mirrors! I am always drawn to them when I see them. I have quite a few of these pictures saved to my picture files, I loved then so much! Hope you are having a great week!

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  10. where do I get the 11th mirror ?:)

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