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Artwork in a small round black frame hangs over the bench. A small mirror with a black frame is the takeaway.
Crafted of metal, this beautiful Fleur-de-Lis mirror would be a lovely accent piece to any room. It has a bronze finish with verdi accents and the fleur-de-lis designs are embossed. The mirror in the center of this piece is beveled adding another dimension to this lovely piece..
Sometimes trying hard to be green is really hard, and sometimes its really cool. Put this eco-friendly mirror in the cool column. It's frame is made from recycled newspapers!
Mirrors, mirrors, everywhere! If ever there were a decorator's maxim, that would be it. Mirrors enhance light, expand the sense of space, and make the most of views and artwork. Sunburst mirrors, in particular, are fabulous for adding a dash of drama. You can't go wrong with one hung above the...
Liven up an entry table or dining room sideboard with this exuberant Marrakesh mirror. It's clad with such rich details and charm that everyone will be shocked you didn’t snag it from Morocco yourself.
Intricate rococo-style vines and flourishes in rustic pine instead of the expected gilt finish make this conversation piece a reflection of beauty in the raw. It is pure, untamed opulence.
I'd place this antler mirror in an entrance way, or even the bathroom of a rustic cabin. I love the pattern the repetitive antlers make.
Architectural interest abounds in this large, intricate mirror. The shape is eye-catching, while the floral motif is full of mesmerizing detail.
Sana Mehrab Mirror
Love this really fun and funky mirror which can also be ordered in black. This is a great example of a piece that can really transform a room in need of a little lift.
It looks like a charm on a necklace, but it's actually a pretty cool design for a tropical-themed room.
Palma Oval Beveled Mirror
This handmade mirror from Stray Dog is made of papier-mâché and recycled materials. It exudes a calmness in turquoise.
Smaller mirrors can have impact when they have the right design. This hand-painted beauty has a worldly flair, and the brilliant jewel tones are just the right touch.
I'm always on the hunt for unique items - they make all of the difference between a good and great design. Mirrors are a great item to add depth and character to a room, I loved the shape of this mirror when I first saw it and love it still.
I first became aware of quatrefoil mirrors like this one when I was interviewing interior designer Cristi Holcombe for a Houzz Tour. It's a wonderful element to repeat throughout a room.
I'm a sucker for all things coastal, but not the typical shell-covered numbers you buy at the honky tonk tchotchke shop. The unexpected pieces make things more modern, and this mirror's frame, which is composed of hand-molded sea urchin shapes has a beautiful color and texture that wows.
Made Goods Agnes Mirror
This is a beautiful natural mirror made of organic wood. It would be a lovely touch for a modern beach house.
This inexpensive option comes in a variety of lacquered finishes. It would look great over the vanity in a powder room.
Nita Ornate Round Mirror
This giant driftwood mirror is sure to be noticed. The coastal flair is obvious, but its natural look blends with many styles.
This incredible cathedral-style mirror would work wonders in a space without many windows — hang it on the wall and it looks like you've got a view to the outdoors!
The sunburst mirror has been popular since decorators used it in 18th-century France, so it is no wonder it is still a favorite in New Orleans.
I like how funky and kind of crazy this one is. This unique mirror would be great for any space that needs a little more fun. Also, I think it would be a definite conversation starter.
It's not often that you see an embellished floor-length mirror, so this one is extra special. The frame feels really earthy and brings a bit of nature indoors. This would be a great piece for getting ready in the morning.
Some mirrors, like this Oakley piece, simply demand that you look at them. With this mirror in your half bath, guests will be so amazed by the art that they'll forget to check their lipstick.
The Time of a TreeIn grade school, you learned that you could count the rings of a tree's cross-section to learn its age - this round wall mirror takes that to a new level of learning. It mixes natural and eclectic for an artistic touch that's unique and functional all at once. The mirror has tiny...
Numbers on old-fashioned counting sticks radiate from this small round mirror to create a unique and interesting frame. I especially love the fonts and the way they are arranged.
I love the way this mirror combines some glam with whimsey. Unfortunately, it is no longer available for retail, but perhaps you'll be able to find it on a resale site.
The texture of this oyster mirror frame can take it in all kinds of directions - place it in a shabby chic coastal cottage, in a rustic cabin, or an uber-glam room. It will stand out against white walls and hold its own against wallpaper. It's perfection.
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