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Is it a mirror or a growth chart? How about both — this chart from the Land of Nod is perfect for small spaces since it pulls double duty. I found a ton of giraffe-inspired charts in my search, but this was the most original.
I love the fact that this mirror has vintage appeal and dual functionality with hooks for hanging hats and light jackets.
These are mixing bowls turned into mirrors. I like the wooden bowl frame, as it gives the wall some depth.
Every time I see this mirror (even in photos), I just want to run my hand over it. It's all about texture, texture, texture! Don't be afraid to mix and match tactile accessories to create your ideal look. The more (thoughtfully) eclectic your space, the more your guests will think your room was...
Nate Berkus Port Mirror
Now this is a cheery mirror, the kind you look into because you can't pass it without acknowledging it. Round, shiny resin in bright orange is great for offsetting a room with lots of hard lines.
There is no shortage of products in the fishy theme, and I think this rustic mirror would look great in a foyer.
Oomph is all about color. They consistently create some of the most fun pieces. The Newport mirror takes an ordinary square and shows it how to have fun.
This mirror is just so pretty. The larger size would be perfect for a small powder room or vanity area. Girly glam seaside style!
Here's a great mirror for cottage or shabby chic decor. This mirror is elegant and would be beautiful over a chest, sideboard or vanity. I especially adore the frame surrounding this pretty mirror.
Believe it or not, brass is BACK! Why not mix it up with a bit of bamboo shape, hang it by the door, and make it your official "do I have lipstick on my teeth?" mirror? Oh, and if you still aren't ready to bring brass back in, it's also available in nickel.
A fun play on the traditional sunburst mirror, this Sunflower mirror doubles as a sculpture! I'd love to see it hung above a fireplace or tufted headboard.
Really looks like a classic bistro mirror and coat rack, this piece would look great in the entry way of one of the classic row houses we have in Chicago, over a lovely vintage hex tile or as part of a design scheme incorporating the same. Comes in a variety of finishes.
This stunning sunburst mirror will be a dramatic focal point wherever it is used. Designed with a 3-dimensional frame and 48 hand placed mirrors...its brilliance reflects light from every direction. 34 1/2" diam.; 29 lbs$295.00
This Factory Panel mirror would be an amazing centerpiece for a big, lofty space. I covet it — both the mirror and the loft.
Factory Panel Mirror
I love a good mirror. I not only love that this one is oval, but also love that it has a uniquely shaped frame that you don't see every day. The brown mixed with the gray makes it the perfect accessory to hang in a warm room to cool things down or vice versa.
Lincoln Heights Mirror
I love decorating in threes, and this set of gold sunburst mirrors from Suzanne Kasler is a great find!
Really lovely mirror, ornate and simple at the same time. Would look fantastic in an entry hall or bathroom mixed with more modern furnishings for some contrast or traditional pieces.
With touches of gold and silver, this versatile mirror works magically with both metallic shades. Position it in any room in your home to add some texture and cheer.
I was lucky enough to spend a summer in Wauwinet, a thin strip of land on the island of Nantucket, a long time ago. This simple mirror somehow manages to capture the windswept, rustically charming area perfectly, thanks to the natural rope and patinated fixtures. I could easily picture it in...
This handmade mirror frame really has to be seen up front and center to be able to appreciate the intricacy of the beadwork. It's very beautiful and very special.
The Solstice Mirror is a rustic twist on a classic convex mirror. Hand carved in a soft, neutral palette, its warm wood tones are a charming contrast to a brighter mirror.
This large brass mirror has the feel of a vintage piece with its clever, bold design. This mirror will be a focal point wherever its used.
Foyers are typically smaller spaces in the home and they are also usually your last chance to check your wardrobe, makeup and overall look. With these two reasons in mind, place an attractive, yet conversational mirror in your foyer.
Inspired by Tuscan style, the "Iron Gate" mirror is crafted of metal with a rich espresso finish and hints of bronze. The iron gate scroll design blends beautifully with fleur-de-lis accents.
Iron Gate Mirror
This sunburst mirror from Jayson Home definitely has the "wow" factor. I would hang it in the entryway over a demilune table.
A mirror and piece of wall art all in one, this is a great stand-alone piece. The centered design allows it to be leaned or hung horizontally or vertically. It is also interesting enough to be used as art with three hung side by side. It's versatile and intriguing.
More than just a mirror, this large, beautifully crafted piece opens to reveal ample storage for your jewelry collection, including ring cushions, 24 hooks and 9 compartments! You'll also find a burgundy faux velvet lining to prevent damage from scuffs and scratches.
Ornate Armoire Mirror
How sweet is this sunburst mirror? It measures 43 inches in diameter, which is large enough to hang above a fireplace mantel.
Mirrors are amazingly versatile...great for any room of your home. This Glendale mirror would be beautiful hanging above an chest in an entry reflecting a beautiful vase of roses.
For when I want to pretend I live in an Italian villa. The detail is amazing and I love that it's not gold.
Mirrors reflect light and light is always in demand during the winter months. I would love to add a little glow above my fireplace with this antiqued mirror.
This mirror has a hand-carved appeal. I imagine it adding a real depth of character to a bathroom or entryway.
A high-end mirror like this one in gold can be used in so many spaces. I love the gold-painted mahogany.
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