This was my first love. I love its quatrafoil design and think it would be very unexpected and striking in a bath.. But I'm stuck on what light fixture I'd pair it with, and it's pricey. Mr. Brown Martina Mirror, sml 32" dia. $1185. The large, at $1935, is 48" dia.
While this is not my first choice, I already have a pair of these (currently in my office), so they could work. And free is good! Would it work with either the Regina sconce or the Aidan Gray? I like that the Regina is a three light sconce, so a pair would provide more light at the sink, I also love the Regina's rusticity, but would it be too heavy with this mirror?
Layla Grayce. Regina Andrew Sconce. Elegant, yet rustic. Love that combination! 13.25"w 7.5"d 27.5"h. $448.
Aidan Gray. 23"h 13"w 5"d. $278. Love the simplicity of this. Graceful, elegant.
Well, I could always lighten my existing mirrors to something like this.
Circa Lightingl I really, really wanted to use two pair of these but, expensive, and maybe too dark, and which mirror?
Circa Lighting short linear lantern; 15"h 9"w. $840.
This was one of my original favorites and is very affordable. The scalloped lines and driftwood finish give it that beachy vibe, and might serve to lighten up the dark vanities. Has to be enlarged to be appreciated. If not in the master, maybe in the pool bath?
Circa Lighting Oslo Sconce; 16 3/4"h 9 3/4"w. $420. This might look pretty with the Wisteria Morrocan mirror, and add a little sparkle.
Wisteria; Antiqued Moroccan Mirror. 24"w 40/5"h. $259. Love, love, love this mirror. And, it's affordable! Seen a larger version in several Phoebe Howard installations. Also comes in a dark aged finish that's pretty too.
Circa Lighting Branch Sconce; 22 3/4"h 15"w . $315. Pretty, and unique.
A stunner! But pricey!
Circa Lighting Gustavian Wall Sconce. $420. I do love this, maybe if not in the bath then in the dining room? It comes in a single light also. Like the weathered finish.