6.16.2016

20 OF MY FAVORITE MODERATELY PRICED MIRRORS

Just about every room could use a mirror for light, style and functionality.  Here are some of my tried and true favorites.
Living Room
This beachy starburst mirror makes a fun statement.
Convex Mirror can expand a room.  Comes in other colors.  White is nice for our Newport Beach house below.

For a mantel, too, or above a bar cart.  Round mirrors are very current!
My daughter is getting this well priced mirror from Urban Outfitters for above her sofa.
For a vintage look, this Anthropologie Mirror is very sturdy with a good patina.  It's a good backdrop for the "playing around" that I do with our mantel.
This simple beveled square one from Pottery Barn makes a nice statement and you can layer it.
Turquoise Faux Bamboo Mirror.  This is versatile.  We bought it for my client's foyer in her previous home and now it's here in her living room

Kitchen or Family Room
Again, a mirror in a kitchen or family room can enlarge the space.  Similar one here.  It brings your eye down into the room.
Dutch style mirror on sale at Wisteria.
I like it in this finish, too.
 
Dining Room
The Grand Palais Mirror makes a statement on my client's previously bare wall.
Louis Phillippe Mirror is so classic.
Here is another one mixed with more modern furnishings.  You can't go wrong with this style.
Bathroom
A reasonably priced Venetian mirror (with me in the lower right corner).

We are considering this to dress up a small powder room.

We used this tall RH antiqued riveted mirror for a little industrial edge in a powder room re-do.
Bedroom

Do you have any favorites?



17 comments:

  1. Lots of good choices here, thanks.

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  2. Hmmm....how could I choose? There are so many that I love! Great selection, Mary Ann! I just wish I had a place for a new mirror!
    xoxo

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  3. I am crazy about that wisteria mirror in both colorways. Do I need another mirror? NO!! Great roundup of choices!

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  4. I am crazy about that wisteria mirror in both colorways. Do I need another mirror? NO!! Great roundup of choices!

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  5. Mirrors are such great tools for decorating, they are so versatile and can add so many different dimensions to a room, from making it appear bigger to adding light. I love using mirrors in all shapes and sizes all over the house.

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  6. So many pretty mirrors. They are like jewelry for the walls!

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  7. It is hard to choose a favorite. All of the mirrors are fabulous and fit different styles.

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  8. I love the Louis Phillippe mirror and the Anthropologie mirror...now to find a spot for them.
    xo,
    Karen

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  9. My mother has a mirror similar to the convex one you feature and I always joke around how I'm going to take it for my own apartment. Lovely choices!

    Lisa Favre
    marblecrumbs.com

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    1. We left that mirror for our renters (such a good fit). There is a link there if you want to buy your own, Lisa :)

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  10. So many beautiful mirrors and I'm such a fan of round ones - still loving starbursts! Enjoy your weekend!

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  11. Mary Ann,
    Great post! I adore that mirror above your fireplace. So many great options...like that simple one from Pottery Barn that you say you can layer it. Great ideas!
    xo
    annie

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  12. So many great options! I have been thinking about changing some things in my living room and putting a mirror over the sofa. Enjoy your weekend!
    Shelley

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  13. Mirrors play a important role in our homes don't they? And I know your would agree!!
    I could use a few more and some to replace some more dated bathroom mirrors that I
    Have grown tired of. Loving your clients living room space the white backdrop against the pale faded blues, such a cooling effect on ones mood.

    Will see you soon with more that you inspire.
    Xx
    Dore

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