Anyone who follows layout now would agree that its all about the mixture. Vintage and new, modern and modern are all combined to make a habit, curated look filled with history and personality.
Start creating your own mix by utilizing an ornate mirror to place the scene. Pair one at the foyer with a modern Parsons desk by way of instance, or hang over the vanity in a powder room to provide a functional room more flair. You’ll discover that the usage of ornate mirrors is not as restricted as you might think; they’ll settle readily in with a variety of styles. — Sarah out of The Estate of Matters
Suzanne Kasler Sunburst Mirror #1 – $79
No wonder sunburst mirrors are nevertheless on fad. Because this mirror is a bit on the smaller side, I enjoy it over a little dresser or at that one odd nook in your house.
Scallop Edge Mirror – $249
I love this mirror because of its flexibility. It has the capability to nestle in many diverse styles including traditional, modern and diverse.
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Chippendale Mirror – $346
I’m attracted to the traces of the Chippendale mirror; they always catch my eye in antique shops. Rather than fussy, I view the contour modern, simple and classic.
Angelique Mirror, White – $399
Baroque gets an upgrade with a white glossy finish, making it easy to incorporate it into a modern space.
Nest Mirror – $1,495
Who says shells can only be in the shore? Make a statement and add some organic style in to your space with this oval shaped mirror.
Gilded Faux Bamboo Mirror – $1,175
Everyone enjoys bamboo! This glamorous gilded piece could be a fashionable addition to almost any room in the house.
Gold Pagoda Mirror – $2,700
This is a significant piece in the makings of a great entryway. Hang this on a console and you are well on your way.
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Segovia Whitewashed Mirror – $99.99
Feminine curves and a whitewash finish make this mirror a fantastic candidate for your bedroom or toilet.
My Brother’s Mirror – $250
This is still one of my favorite Baroque reproductions using a modern twist. This would look fantastic in a modern interior.
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Circlet Lattice Mirror – $429
I love this mirror because of the classic latticework. It’s a foundation piece and won’t ever go out of fashion.
Small Rococo Mirror
This is a fairly heavy mirror but you can lighten it up by pairing it with cool, modern blues and greens or put it off at a clean white room.
Newport Mirror – Square – $1,155
I love if baroque mirrors are treated with bold colors. Love the shape and scale in actuality, I think I love everything about this one.
Black Venetian Mirror – $395
Black Venetian glass is beginning to pop up anywhere. It’s a twist on a fashion that’s held fame for quite a while. How about this beauty in a powder room?
Zinc Sun Mirror – $410
This sunburst has a modern rustic tilt. I love the weight and picture color of this iron.
Uttermost Marquesa Mirror – $297
I’d like to pair this with a few tasteful sconces at a powder room or buy another one and mount them over double vanities at a master tub.
Howard Elliott Chateau – $342.99
Hang this in a clean white space with a few black and white photography leaning casually against it.
Bowmont Mirror – $298
This could be amazing at a foyer with a coat hooks and a bench underneath. I love the rich, charcoal end.
Afina Radiance Cut Glass and Etched Mirror – $618
Cut glass mirrors are all really beautiful and graceful. I love the custom signature that they bring to a toilet mounted within the dressing table.
Intricate Fantasy Wall Mirror – $898
So chic, don’t you think? Let’s pair this with Hermes orange accents along with a conventional chest.
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