Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Decorating Tips from Nina Part V: French Mirrors

Photo:  Maria-Isabel Hansson 

Life, like a mirror, never gives back more than what we put into it.

Admittedly, these are a very tall order here in the U.S.  Affordable Louis Phillippe style mirrors just don’t seem to exist.  I rounded the top ends of two lovely chippy yard sale mirrors (one I bought for $2, one I had), and it’s not the same.   But I tried.  I think of them as anorexic French mirrors.

Want to learn more tips and where to shop?  

Until next time, stay shabby!

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Joyness Sparkles said...

Oh how pretty! Thank you so much for sharing these!

Anonymous said...

I simply cannot get enough of this book, I look at it everyday, study it even...I adore it =) Xo, Ashley

NanaDiana said...

They are gorgeous- maybe a tad anorexic but gorgeous nonetheless. xo Diana

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

I've thoroughly enjoyed Nina's book, and her personal message to me made it extra special. She's such an inspiration.

victoriantailor said...

Love these, would look so good in any shabby room!!!

michele said...

just lovely!

if you like, swing by my place where i am hosting a giveaway:

and keep sharing your lovely posts!



Kelly Clark said...

Actually Sandy, I like yours much better. So not a fan of gold...

Linda Carole Bloom said...

I love these mirrors! I was looking at your post about making the churchy candlesticks the other day. After I finish painting the house, I think I will attempt some. Summer is going SO fast. Hope you are well. Linda

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

Must get my hands on this book!
You know how I love mirrors!

Mya.L said...

I had a huge one like that, found in an attic (got it for free!) in the late 80s. Unfortunately, couldn't take it with me when I moved to London 8 years ago. It left it behind in Paris and now belongs to one of my friends. I still miss it...


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