Antique mirror

I am trying to think of when I first saw this done in a home or picture.  It was probably about 10 years ago and I was in LOVE!!!  Antique mirror.....I had to have me some.  Here are just a few pictures of where I have used it.  I could search the internet for a gazillion other images but I have a Christmas install today and I am madly rushing about like pigs after food.
This is from my master bathroom.  The whole wall was mirrored and I had them take it down and add about a 9" wide border in pieces all the way around.  
I was trying to take the picture without me being in it.
It is amazing that I still love it after so many years.  I can't say that about much [in the decorating world that is!]
This is in a foyer I did.  There were 2 closet doors and we were trying to dress it up a little.  Had the inserts made to fit right in.
I know you are wanting it now......
Here is the same foyer...a picture of the chandelier.  I think we found this at Lakewood Flea Market [tear drop falling...I still miss that place] in a box and it was so cheap.
Isn't the finish great?  We did not do a thing to it! did this go from mirrors to chandeliers? "add" is in full swing today :)  Please forgive.

On another thought, Denise and I got 2 place settings done more to go.  Our presentation is Sat.  Think we could have started this a little earlier?  I have lots of pictures and will share after it is over.  Our theme is "using what you have" to set a table.  Lord, we tore up her house yesterday looking for things and trying to be creative.  Of course we both have quite a bit of stuff being in the  design business. I am sure people will be thinking "those girls are on crack if they think I am going to believe they didn't buy anything".  OK...we did buy 2 cans of spray paint.  Stand down people.

Thanks for all of the comments about the pink bedroom.  Carson loved it!  


René said...

Yes I want it!!! I might have to post this on my blog sometime if that is ok. Such a nice way to make a regular old mirror special. Gosh I love it.


Unknown said...

Love this antique mirror- looks so lovely in both spaces and I'm wild about that mossy greeny grey trimwork...and the brick wall for that matter:) Gorgeous all around!

A Perfect Gray said...

I'm bookmarking this post. I am replacing some closet doors and I WANT TO DO THIS! Lordy, do I love you....

Got the bad news about Lakewood when I was at scott's this month. (see how long it's been since I'd been to ATL!). I must admit I'm a little jealous of your chandelier snag. It is yummy. and a bargan? What I live for!

Privet and Holly said...

Hi Sherry!
I'm taking a
break and thought
I would pop over
and see what's up.
Dang, girl, you
are so talented!
Please have someone
take pics of your
presentation and
what you two came
up with!
xx Suzanne
PS: Your family
is so cute....pups
included : ) !!

Nicole Terry Merrell said...

That looks great! Cant wait to see the arrangements! Real talent is pulling things together that you already have to make a beautiful setting!

Deserae said...

Ohhhh what a gorgeous mirror....and that chandelier is divine!!!!! I can hardly wait to see your presentation so be sure to take lots and lots of pics for us :o)

Julie Holloway said...

love antiqued mirrors, Sherry!!

casey at loft and cottage said...

Oh, I love the vanity mirror (found it on Cottage & Vine) but then I saw the closet doors and I love those just as much. Beautiful!

Amanda Dale said...

I love it and I have to know how you did it! Please share!

Leslie said...

I love love love these pics! This might be a dumb question, but did you antique these mirrors yourself? If so, HOW DID YOU DO IT?!

Wendy said...

I have a question. I LOVE your mirror too and so much so that I am in the process of antiquing mirror and making my own (phew). My question is where do you purchase those mirror medallions (not sure what the actual name is and maybe that's why I can't find them?) but I have scoured the internet and can't find them anywhere. Thanks so much!!

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