light and space
What a thoughtful escape for the eye and shadow
perfect placement, and does great things to anchor that furniture cropping
great way to lighten up dark heavy serious furniture
i like the size and use of architecture. the height, antiquing, and framing give enough detail and pull the eye in and out enough for there to not need much additional decor except for two natural and simple pieces to break up the overwhelming symmetry in the room.
normally darkness lends itself to intimacy more so, but here in a dim corner with heavy dark traditional furniture, low covered lighting, and heavy fabric walls, the oversized mirror with thick framing anchors with its bright reflecting between the two chairs without dominating but supporting what little light there is in the room.
i really like this. the bookends of light and their muliple numbers makes them less serious or center focus and they can be more decor and less furniture. its a flattering arrangement for the furniture pieces, the wall, and the details on the mirror frame and their size. great hallway landscape of light for passing.
i like how minimal the design is
long narrow hallways without room for or need for furniture implore it to be a space for art!!!!
another possibility of space with benches
the freaking use of space! used by not using! bah! also that sofa with those prints is so sublimely charming. it makes me not hate white walls.
there's much in the room that I want to run away from stylistically, but i love how it captures the nola melange of styles and architecture with light and shadow used as color and texture heavily.
i hate the mirror but really love this piece.
i love the air in this room
i like making such a large piece a built in. hiding it with white walls makes it less imposing and gives more space visually.
this color does so much for light space and tone
scale. all scale. it gives me hope for being ballsy with decor to see this mirror in a private home with modern furniture. with.the.chandelier.