932 mixed media mirror Dining Design Photos

Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
where in the world is this mirror from? I am in love and what I wouldn't do to have it in my home :)
look. It can be customized with all kinds of interior configurations, but not sure if it's exactly what you have in mind. It can be ordered with mirrored fronts to look good in a room but it's more designed to hide things rather than show them off. http://www.contempospace.com/bedroom-furniture/wa
Big Mirror - relaxed decor, corner cabinet, wooden floors
Mirror on the wall in the dining room, where a "knocked out" wall would be
walls open for other pieces, such as a large mirror to help further open the space.
Yes, decorating can be tricky. Especially when you're trying to marry different eras and styles — and that's really the crux of eclecticism. Aim for a carefully edited mix of furniture and decorative accessories, and
“Small rectangular table” — ambarton
greige/Fluegge Interior Design, Inc.
1 Review
Stylish Responsibility Dining area
Do you have the name of the wall color used? I have one of the mirrors shown in my bathroom and I would love to use this paint. Thanks!
would love to know where the convex mirror (bottom middle) is from thanks
I have many of these mirrors and would
I am also interested in the wall color and retailers for the mirrors.
You might find some similar mirrors here: http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/category/products.jsp?categoryId=cat20033#prod1670016
not the colors, but check out the wall decor and the mix on chairs etc. RT-- THE MIRRORS WITH FRAMES LIKE THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I HAD IN MIND
A mirror wall of assorted old mirrors...love it!
wall of interesting mirrors in dark area
balanced by all those round mirrors.
“amelia” — kelowna3590
3 Reviews
11th St
Where did you get the fab mirror?!
Where can I purchase the beautiful mirror or something like it? Thank you!
Mix of modern & vintage eclectic.
Love the mirror and the chandelier
Love the huge mirror and older
be used for drama — this large mirror and chandelier in the dining room, for example. Bar stools: CB2
8. A great big mirror. An oversize mirror instantly opens up a room and gives the impression you're fully settled in your home, even if you just moved in. A mirror that looks equally good hung on
“Mirror” — dona98
Loudon County Interior Designer
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The Upward Bound House by Vanessa De Vargas
One mirror amongst a wall of pictures.
mirror and tray in the mix
Photos and mirror on wall on staircase
If we don't put up shelves, consider hanging blue mirror, frames and plates on the wall in the
anything can become art. Flea market finds and your own photographs in inexpensive frames can make a striking wall. This wall also includes a mirror and a tray in the mix.
collected items or photography elevate the individual items displayed — the grouping itself is artful! I love how these inexpensive framed photos, mirror and coral tray look together in this inspired wall grouping.
“Hallway picture frame” — simho
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
Where did you purchase the mirror?
Love the mix of chairs. Where are they from?
the mirror. Did you see it there recently? I'd like to get another one of these mirrors. Thank you!
Here's another option for the mirror from a California artist. http://caronsbeachhouse.com/baja-sunburst-driftwood-mirror-large
remember the fifth — and to me, the most important — tool: Mix, mix, mix! This lovely, calming dining room gets its allure from its mix. The rustic ladder, the formal dining chairs, the somewhat woebegone metal chandelier, the fibrous frame on the mirror and the glass table with its sculptural base all work
same fabric, wood finish, mixed chairs
to create great interest and personality — with not so much as a touch of color. Mixing is (dare I say it) practically a rule.
“Silvered tree table base” — bestcupcake
Interiors Unleashed
1 Review
China Cabinet
this thing looks awful. i'm all for mixing and matching but it takes over the dining room. it IS the elephant in the room.
oversize media amoire is turned into a china cabinet. Drawers as linen
an old tv media cabinet. add shelves on the inside.
How many of us were stuck with oversize media armoires that became immediately obsolete with the advent of the flat-panel TV? Coffee station?
How many of us were stuck with oversize media armoires that became immediately obsolete with the advent of the
How many of us were stuck with oversize media armoires that became immediately obsolete with the advent of the flat-panel TV? You cannot give these away on Craigslist. This one has been repurposed into a china hutch. It adds scale and interest to the dining room while functioning quite happily in its
“tv armoire” — yoninaj
Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
Raven Inside Interior Design
Where is the mirror from? What are the dimensions of the mirror?
Do you know the size of the mirror?
The chair were purchased from Country Furniture here in Vancouver. The mirror was found in a junk shop in Verona, Italy!
This mirror was a junk shop find from Italy...would you believe!
dining room buffet and mirror idea
Add large mirror in dinning room
I like the buffet and the mirror
In this dining area, a hanging fixture might make the area feel more closed in. Instead, a few pin spots are used to highlight the buffet and ornate mirror.
“Woven chairs” — cindybair
Imagine Living
Round Top Dining Table and Oversized Oval Mirror
Round Top Dining Table and Oversized Oval Mirror
Mainly neutral colour scheme dining room. Oversized baroque style oval mirror and round round glass top dining table are the key to this room.
Hi, I'd like to know where i can finde mirror like that this one is amazing, thanks
Love to have a mirror in dinning room
Big mirror by the dining table
the mirror in a corner with a chair ,vase and a book
Consider coloursA Baroque-style mirror, an elegant balloon-back dining chair, a modern dining table – the law of reason states that these things should not go together. Yet they do, and it’s largely thanks to the choice of colour palette – a harmonious blend of greens, greys and caramel.
“Mirror” — stephihlenfeld
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