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Mirror wall! Yes, we've all seen this idea go disastrously wrong, but when used as a design element — rather than the stand alone — they can be effective and pleasant rather than jarring and disorienting. the same way you would use picture paneling), using large panels of antiqued mirrors (this breaks up the reflection and reads almost more like art than mirror)

Really love the combination of bright blue and hot pink - fabulous! Image by andrew-tye.com, via Flickr

a DIY project for a simple little cafe area in your living room, and other easy DIY projects for small apartments

Corner Mirror...acts like an additional window adding light & depth to a room.

Nice to tuck a mirror into a bookshelf...especially a round one!

shabby,cottage,french,altered art,paris,vintage,rhinestone,roses hand mirror 1 by stephanies cottage!, via Flickr

Group Them Together: While larger mirrors can be quite pricey, many of us don't have the budget for such things. Smaller mirrors are found at discount or thrift stores quite easily and with a super small price tag on them. Paint their frames all the same color and group them on the wall in the same place. The look will be organized without feeling cluttered.

Haard als boekenkast: Gebruik de haard eens voor wat anders dan je mee op te warmen. Als boekenkast bijvoorbeeld. De wand vol met lijsten en spiegels heeft ook wel wat.

I like the feel of this picture but i especially love the little girls dress. Im going to dig out one of chloes that i kept :)

Kendra Krull When you get married you better let me style and take photos in your room with a GIANT mirror. I'm already planning photos.