I know, I know. I keep changing my entry way. I’m kind of a freak like that. I hung a gallery wall of my four kiddos without the help of Awesomeness (my hubby) and one of the frames fell and broke. OOPS. I guess that will teach me a lesson (maybe so, maybe no) that I need to be PATIENT! The good thing is that the frame is fixable, but in the mean time, I decided to see what the turquoise mirror would look like hung there. Ummm. L.O.V.E. it.

This bad boy is HUGE. I’m telling ya, pictures don’t do it justice!

I have some new plans for this space now that I have this hung. SHHHH don’t tell the hubsters. He MIGHT have a freak out. We’ve been so busy doing projects lately that he. just. might. throw a fit. Decorating takes time, and sometimes it’s a hit and miss process. It may take a few tries for a certain space to stop bugging you. At least that is how I am. If a space keeps bugging me, I know it’s not quite perfect yet.

The three dimensional geometric pattern on this decorative mirror is awesome up close.

Taking pictures of mirrors is tough. Let’s just say you are lucky that you can’t see me taking this picture in my fluffy peach robe this morning! :)

If you missed the tutorial on how to make this freaktastically awesome mirror, you can find it here. :) I’m fun like that…I share my secrets.
Hugs,
Brooke

Comments

  1. says

    THUD! This is beautiful! I just checked out the tutorial for making it, I can't believe this is a DIY! It's absolutely gorgeous!

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  2. JoEllen says

    I think I like this better in the space than the gallery of pictures. Not that looking at your kids when you walk in the door first thing is a bad thing, but this mirror brings in the color from your entry way. It helps the eye travel from the entry way into the rest of the house. It's really stunning.

  3. says

    New follower, change is always refreshing, your mirror is fantastic and looks great in the entry. One of a Kind, looking forward to seeing what you are up to next? I also love to create, working on my new blog redoing furniture, stop by!

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