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{through the looking glass}

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Ever since the new romantic post, which featured an oversized mirror leaning against a wall, have been taken with the dramatic statement it makes, and how it opens up a room and adds light.


(images: beach studios & Your Home As a Santuary)

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  • oH I just found you and adore your style. I just highlighted your site on missallfun.com(thats me) keep up the fantastic work and cant wait to visit your site in my daily routine

  • Beautiful. I love that lucite table too.

  • I love this post! An exquisite tall mirror leaning against the wall is SO beautiful to me…one of my favorite design elements.

  • Welcome to my site, missallfun!
    So glad you found me and thanks so much for the kind words. I’d love it if you visit as part of your daily routine! Also, thanks so much for the highlight on your lovely blog–just noticed that we like many of the same things!

  • Happy Tuesday, brilliant asylum, and yes, I’m into that lucite table too :)

  • Thanks, Sarah! I completely agree and just realized that my post on Jacqueline Appel also uses an oversized mirror in her living room. I’m going to keep an eye out for large mirrors on my next antiquing trip.

  • Ooh great post. I’ve been noticing these a lot recently and love the elegant look of a long lean mirror! Some day I will own one….

  • I agree that this is a great look. The rooms you posted are fabulous. I really enjoy reading your blog. :)

  • Thanks laurab! Actually, a reader pointed out that Restoration Hardware has one similar to the one featured in my the new romantic post post so someday could be sooner than you think :)

    Thanks so much for visiting and for the lovely comments, paloma!

  • I always put some big miror on the floor . I love the look it gives to a room . I love the iron armchair in one of the picture

  • Geat post – love those huge mirrors – what a statement!

  • Thanks mélanie and suzy!

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