Monday, January 9, 2012

Mirrors!


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I know I have posted on this before...but as I am preparing to go to the AmericasMart in Atlanta later this week...I have been researching items that I want to order!

One category of items I always order to mix in with my vintage finds...are mirrors!  

Here are a few inspirational images...then some mirrors I am keeping my eye on...and finally...a few mirrors currently in my space at Gas Lamp!

Lauren Claridge


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Kristin Hutchins

Meg Braff

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...now Gas Lamp...


...there are a few vintage faux bamboo mirrors painted in a semi-gloss white...and one left of this new (not vintage) mirror (above) with gilded touches!


...one left of the cowhide mirrors...



Happy Monday!
Caroline



6 comments:

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

i LOVE me some good pretty mirrors! so much that i have a small collection and tend to hoard them. :) but they add so much to a room!

My Crafty Home-Life said...

Hey, Caroline....when did the post comment come...YEAH!! I love all of the mirrors. I am looking for one, wish you were in New Jersey!

The Vintique Object said...

My favorite decorative object of all time!

The ones you picked are gorgeous, as usual, my tasteful friend. I'm sending this to my friend who just put a Louis Phillipe over her fireplace. She'll enjoy the post.

Camille

Lori @ Lori May Interiors said...

Mirrors are definitely my downfall! I love them so. I'm planning to be at market on Thursday. Are you going with your mom?

Wonderful Life! said...

I love the images with pairs of mirrors...I want to achieve this look in my home...however, I don't have a space! I'm a newbie blogger and so happy to find yours today! Check me out at www.wonderfullifeinteriors.blogspot.com

PlumbArena Heating Spares said...

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