that a mirror behind the table? Or is it an opening in the fence?
A mirror in the garden. . .yes
Mirrors are a great way to create an illusion that the "space" is larger than it really is.
space. Mirrors are a great way to create an illusion that the space is larger than it actually is.
Mirrors. These light-reflecting beauties introduce a new level of whimsy to any outdoor living space. This one is casually slung low to the ground
Pulling the mirror outside brings an unexpected indoor element and the gravel clearing gives the dining nook a sturdy landing pad.
adding a mirror or small water feature as a romantic finishing touch.
mosaic-framed mirror is tilted against the dark fence. It serves both as living artwork, reflecting the greenery elsewhere in the garden, and as a faux window for the outdoor dining room. The intrigue makes this endearing space even more spontaneously beautiful.Previous: 10 Elements of an Abundant GardenNext: