We all know that I'm obsessed with natural light... right.
Well, besides windows, what's the best way to reflect light???
If you said Mirrors... you're RIGHT!
We have a big framed one in our entry way...
and another, beveled version not too far away, hanging over our stairs
I might be wrong, cause "I aint' no professional decorator"... :)
but I feel like having multiple mirrors in a smaller space is okay!... as long as they all have a purpose, and are different enough, to almost serve as a piece of art, instead of just "another mirror on the wall."
The other night while I was out shopping with Jen at IKEA, we spotted this lovely curvy lady.
I knew that she had to come home with me PRONTO!
I wasn't totally sure where I was going to put her, but it didn't matter.
She had it goin' on.
After a little debating...
We decided that this bare spot, between our kitchen nook and living room would be perfect.
So Cason got to work installing the clips.
And about 5 minutes later...
Empty space, no more!
Again, I love how this mirror serves as more of a work of art, then just "a mirror"
To Cason's dismay, I want to add a tiny half table below this mirror.
(he thinks it will look silly and be in the way... so I'm determined to prove him wrong, ha!)
What's a half table? Well... it's basically just a small side table, that is chopped in half, and mounted against the wall, and left with only two legs as it's support.
Kinda like this...
I think it could be cute if painted with a small stripe!
Click on images to be directed to original posts, for each of these cute pieces.
I've been keeping my eye out for a small side table that looks similar to this one from Pottery Barn.
Except, I want mine to be about $180 cheaper :)
And from a thrift store, so I can paint it a pretty white, and stripe it with some yellow.
It makes me happy, just thinking about it!
Another thing I picked up at IKEA, during the same trip, that I have BIG plans for:
This large flat woven rug, with a skid free backing.
I'm almost done with it, and can't WAIT to show you what "magic" I'm working...
turning this regular ol' rug, into a show stopper :)