I found this little old mirror sitting atop a high shelf
at a thrift store a couple of weeks ago…
There it sat…. all alone…
looking forlorn just waiting for someone to see it’s potential,
pick it up & bring it home…
It is a modern reproduction
might possibly be vintage at the most-
with all wood construction & a beveled mirror.
I got out some of my soft gray-green paint and gave it a quick coat of paint…
and shabbied it just a bit.
I am planning on doing one more layer-
either a cream or french gray.
It reminds me of the gorgeous details that are on French Trumeau mirrors.
How I dream of a gorgeous antique trumeau in my home one day!!!
They are so incredibly beautiful! I have a few plans to make one myself-
probably after the holidays…
but would just LOVE an antique one!
Though this is a small mirror – compared to a monumental sized trumeau…
it has lots of charm and is the perfect size to place nearly anywhere.
I placed it atop the sideboard where my chalkboard usually goes for now…
Right now our power is out (arggghh!!) with the latest wintery storm that has come through…
So I came into Starbucks to enjoy the modern world,
grab a nice hot cup of Christmas blend & do some browsing.
We don’t usually get a ton of snow where I live – we are in California- but we do get some.
Whenever a wet, cold storm makes it’s way through, we seem to get a bunch…
This time, the leaves were not all yet off the trees,
which has caused quite a bit of tree damage and power problems for a lot of people.
We have already gotten probably 6″- 8″ and more is expected tonight.
It is being photographed here to get some decent light coming in from outside so you can see it.
I do have a regular spot planned for it, though and I’ll share the finished paint and where it goes –
once I can take pictures that are not in the dark!
Feathered Nest Friday Holiday starts this week
Linky up Thursday evening and all through the weekend
All holiday decorating as well as everyday decorating and inspirations are welcome
Hope to see you there!
Sharing with Kim over at Savvy Southern Style for Before and After