5.02.2014

Mirror (on) Mirror, on the Wall

Earlier this week, I mentioned the mirror-on-mirror idea as a possibility for my $100 bathroom update. I thought I would share some inspiration images where this has been done right!:
Tricia Huntley
via Better Homes and Gardens
Kelley Proxmire via
via Carter & Co.
Veranda magazine via La Dolce Vita
What do you guys think of this look?
I read a tip from designer Tricia Huntley (who designed the first image) on Apartment Therapy to use a small i-hook and fishing wire to achieve this look in a rental. I am worried that it won't be strong enough though...my mirror is pretty heavy!
Happy Weekend! xo
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6 comments:

Patty Day @Pattys Epiphanies said...[Reply]

I LOVE mirrors over mirrors!
The fishing wire will work! We have used it!

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...[Reply]

I love this idea. You can totally do it!

Beth of designPOST Interiors said...[Reply]

I'm, sure you can figure it out and it will look great!

Julia Konya said...[Reply]

I love it. I used to have one hanging over my bathroom mirror

Kristen said...[Reply]

I hadn't thought to do something like this before, but I'm loving the look! I'm obsessed with command strips for all types of projects. Depending on how heavy your mirror is, you may find one that works for you. I'd weigh it to see how heavy it really is. http://www.command.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/NACommand/Command/Products/Catalog/~/Command-Products/Picture-and-Frame-Hangers/8-pounds/?N=5924736+3294529207+5583798+5584766&rt=r3

Doug Lowe said...[Reply]

Wow! Those mirrors all look elegant and sophisticated. Each design creates a meaningful atmosphere to the place they are installed. I think whatever you choose from there will be a great addition to your new bathroom. Thanks for sharing those inspirations, Tiffany! All the best to you!

Doug Lowe @ MM Glass Ltd