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Mirror, Mirror | Reflecting On Statement Mirrors

We all do it. We can’t help it. You know you’re guilty as charged. You pass a big mirror (or a car window for that matter) and you might just check yourself out. And why shouldn’t you? You’re still sun kissed and summery. Let’s not be modest here. We all have our favourite mirrors and we know the ones that just can’t be trusted. Beyond catching a glimpse of oneself, mirrors are also pretty without your reflection gracing them. I love a huge mirror that immediately magnifies the size of a smaller space. A cool piece above a mantle or in the entry doubles as art and helps direct light to dark corners. Don’t limit yourself to interiors either. A great mirror on a dock or in the garden is a fun unexpected touch that can be super striking. Here are some examples to get you thinking.

– Anne

Key Image Anne Hepfer Designs, Inc.

Charles Carmignac’s home Photo by Andreas Meichsner NYT

Anne Hepfer Designs

Mark D. Sikes

Via One KinDesign

Anne Williams (design) Costa Christ Media (image)

Via 82mm

Via Andrew Maier

Via Dining and Living Room

Via Hemtrender.com

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Via Elements of Style Bolg (Gen and Ben Sohr)

Via Apartment Therapy

 

 

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