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We love the way a mirrored fireplace opens up a room.
Though a full-on baroque approach is incredibly glam!
This mirrored bunting banner is so sweet, we could totally find a space for it.
Hello, gorgeous. Wish you had more mirrored surfaces in which to blow yourself kisses and fix your eyeliner? We love the idea of using mirrors in surprising ways around the home to add glamour and make a small space look bigger.
Here, a few cool places to try the look:
As a Backsplash While your kitchen design instinct might be white-white-white, we promise that a mirrored subway tile backsplash ($17 per square foot) is equally sleek and clean--plus, it?s pretty darn fabulous.
On Your Fireplace Turn a nonfunctional fireplace into a work of art with the help of cut-to-size mirrors or carefully placed mosaic tiles. We?re obsessed with these mercury-glass tiles from Clé ($89 to $129 each).
Inside a Bookcase You already know the DIY trick of wallpapering the back of a bookcase. Apply the same technique using mirrored contact paper ($185 per 36-inch by 33-foot roll) for a vibe that?s glitzy-glam.
For an Accent Wall A fully mirrored house is too narcissistic even for us. But one well-chosen accent wall covered in a foiled paper--like this offering ($70 per 27-inch by 27-foot roll) from Burke Decor--can do wonders to open up a space.
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