A crisp, clean and simple background.
and honestly, I didn’t really intend on finding the piece I did.
which was just around $50.
So to leave it behind at that price
well, that might be along the lines of insanity.
I already had a certain spot in mind of where I would put it but when it arrived,
I glanced over at the living room fireplace and thought
just maybe it might fit… and decided to try it.
I love the play of the dark against the white – it was perfect…
well, except for where it wasn’t perfect.
The mirror fits on the mantel but as usual, it is just a bit too tall
to fit underneath the beam on the ceiling.
(which you can’t really tell is totally off center other than it is not centered on the appliqué)
But you know what… I am a symmetry girl.
(and the pink flowers)
I am working on embracing the asymmetrical arrangement and just enjoying it.
Between that mirror and those flowers- it is definitely brightening up this spot and
This week is filled with wrapping up photos and wrapping up a couple stylings for print
I also have been playing with that new camera lens a bit and will have some thoughts on that
as well as more about the kitchen project.
If you would like to read more about collecting mirrors-
new and vintage- and what I look for –
you can find them in my Ebay post this week
To everyone in the path of the big storm- stay safe and warm!
Happy Monday everyone.
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