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Take a Good Look In the Mirror

29 March 2011

Image Source Design*Sponge

Okay, so this image was featured on their post because of the chairs.  But my eye was drawn to the mirror!  I  helped my friend build a mirror like this for her master bedroom, and have the instructions for that here.  And I still have my heck huge mirror that I would like to transform, but I don't really have a spot for it, so I am not sure I will do it in this house...  I think if I do this project over though, I would like the new frame to look something like this. 

(the other things that caught my eye...)
Hello did you notice the table too?  Love it, actually it reminds me of a table that we featured by Unexpected Elegance.  

Lastly I LOVE the light.  I actually found two lights like this (not quite as cool but they'll do) at the Habitat Home store.  I am hoping that I can hang them in my kitchen.  

What do you like, or hate about this image?


Piorra Maison March 29, 2011 at 1:52 PM  

MMMmmmm Love the mirror. Actually I have purchased a very similar mirror that I will be using as a headboard in my master bedroom. It is actually an ancient door frame from India. I asked them to remove the mirror so I can reupholster the center. I will reveal all in a post soon. waiting for warmer weather to paint. :)

Amanda March 29, 2011 at 2:27 PM  

I first noticed the mirror as well. I love it. Beau-ti-ful. Since I'm incredibly tool challenged I'll just cross my fingers and hope and pray I find one at a garage sale or thrift store. :)


Sarah March 29, 2011 at 2:48 PM  

Huge fan of anything with recycled timber, that mirror is superb and the table- to die for.

Laura at Ms. Smartie Pants March 29, 2011 at 9:24 PM  

I miss a pop of color in this shot but that is about it, love the contrast in wood, chairs and such. Funny thing the mirror isn't reflecting the table, a different view.

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