Mirrors are such an incredible design accent for a home. They make small spaces feel bigger and are often a considerably more reasonable investment than fine artwork. I am sharing a couple of incredible spaces designed by one of my favorite interior designers, Amy Berry, that prominently showcase interesting mirrors above and below. I love the way she tends to use the mirror frame to create interesting contrast in either color or style with the rest of the room’s design.
A couple of my favorite mirrors for home right now…
THIS DRAMATIC FOLIAGE MIRROR, WHICH WOULD LOOK INCREDIBLE AGAINST A BOLD WALLPAPER IN A POWDER ROOM
THE OOMPH HOME NEWPORT MIRROR, SEEN IN THE LAST PHOTO ABOVE
A CUSTOM GRASSCLOTH MIRROR (REASONABLY PRICED!!)
AN ELEGANT BAMBOO MIRROR SIMILAR TO THE ONE SHOWN IN THE FIRST AND THIRD PHOTOS ABOVE
(OR A SLIGHTLY BOLDER BAMBOO STYLE HERE)
SCALLOPED WHITE MIRROR (LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS)
A HANDSOME BRASS MIRROR AT A GREAT PRICE (IMAGINE TWO OF THESE OVER HIS AND HERS SINKS WITH COORDINATING BRASS HARDWARE)
A MINI ROPE MIRROR FOR ABOVE THE BEDSIDE TABLE OF A LITTLE BOY’S ROOM OR A GALLERY WALL
A DRAMATIC RATTAN MIRROR FOR UNDER $150 (AND FREE SHIP!)
THESE GILT MIRRORS HAVE SUCH A LOVELY FEMININE QUALITY TO THEM…SWOON
EPIC FIND: THIS LONG, PRETTY WICKER MIRROR IS UNBELIEVABLY PRICED AT UNDER $200
P.S. Amazing nursery finds.
P.P.S. My New York apartment judges me. (Fun to reread this now, as we have not lived in Louise in nearly a year now!)
P.P.P.S. On living in NY during the peak of COVID.