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styling with mirrors...
27 Apr 2017

styling with mirrors

There's an old interior design trick where everyone used mirrors to make a room look bigger. Remember those floor to ceiling mirrors that were all over homes in the 90's?! We love mirrors and what they can do for a space, but we like the idea of using them for areas that need extra interest, in addition to serving a functional role when you need a mirror near by. Here are three ways to style with mirrors...

styling with mirrors

1. Cluster them in a corner. For those corners where a piece of artwork is too big or doesn't make sense, a cluster of a few smaller mirrors works well.
We love these rattan mirrors because they feel sculptural and whimsical, and the rattan adds a nice dose of texture.

Items shown: Target rug, Ai Modern credenza, Max Wanger print, Simply Framed frame, Ban.doround glass containers, Target geo (past season), vintage deer, Modernica Props gold chess pieces, Eric Trine plant stand, CB2 marble side table (past season), Indego Africa woven basket, Justina Blakeney large face mirror, Justina Blakeney small face mirror, Justina Blakeney oval mirror, vintage chair, Anthropologie pillow, Aelfie pink side table, Anthropologie mug.

styling with mirrors

2. Place one in an entryway. Full-length mirrors aren't just for behind your door or in the bedroom. A great place to include a mirror is in your entryway area so that you can get a quick peek at a wrinkled skirt or peanut butter on your blouse right before you walk out the door for the day.

Items shown: Vintage rug, Eames hang it all, HatAttack hat (past season), vintage scarves, J.Crewjacket (similar), Target bench, Bally white purse, Crewcuts sneakers (past season), Target wooden boxes (past season), Ikea mirror, designlovefest x Target suitcase, Target bookshelf, Marley & Alfie horseshoe, Target geo burst (past season), Indego Africa woven basket, Target giraffe figurine, The Container Store yellow box (past season), Senegal pink woven basket.

styling with mirrors

3. Make it part of a gallery wall. A fun way to style a small mirror is to mix it into a gallery wall. The mirror could be the focal point above a dresser to serve as a functional piece. And then add prints of different sizes around it to make one eclectic, but cohesive, wall of art.

Items shown: Benjamin Moore Blush Tone pink paint, Valspar Midnight Fog blue paint, Aelfie rug,Indego Africa hot pink basket, vintage peach pillow, Castle round pillow, Ai Moderncredenza, Teil Duncan beach print, Framebridge frame, Jenny Vorwaller abstract painting, Tuesday Mourning face print, Framebridge frame, Ikea mirror, Tiel Duncangirl print, Framebridge frame, Michelle Armas abstract painting, Target geo (past season), vintage pins, The Container Store white boxes, Indego Africa woven basket,Clare V. white clutch, vintage scarves, Kikkerland piñata piggy bank, Perverse sunglasses (past season), Rifle Paper Co. x Keds sneakers, Bryr Clogs (past season),Crewcuts sneakers (past season), Indego Africa ottoman, Urban Outfitters side table.

{Photos by Casey Brodley. Prop styling by Julia Wester, prop styling assistance by Jess Hong

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