After visiting Robyn Story two weeks ago, I can’t get my mind off large mirrors, and the power they have to transform a space. Robyn’s store ( you can read more about it in my post, here), is filled with gorgeous mirrors, each more stunning than the next.
So, yesterday when I should have been painting, I decided to check out some of my favorite sources to see what they had in the way of really big mirrors. Horchow always has things I lust after that are usually way over my budget.
I also decided to see what was available in one of my favorite local antique malls. I found tons of impressive oversized mirrors, and although not inexpensive, all were priced considerably less than the ones at Horchow. Here are my two of my favorites.
They are the roughly same size and priced within a few dollars of each other (before any negotiating). All things being equal, which one would you choose?
Mirrors have always been a favorite way to make a space feel larger, and bring in more light. I’ve been collecting ideas and inspiration for a long time, and I have a Pinterest board, Mirror, Mirror, that has almost 500 pins. If your interested in mirror projects, you will want to check out these posts, DIY Sunburst Mirror, Mirror Image, and Step by Step Trumeau Mirror