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Stacked Horizontal Mirrors — InStyle Magazine February 2008

Yesterday, Sarah at AT:Chicago posted about placing mirrors horizontally as an easy way to increase the sense of space. It reminded us of a recent clipping we saved from the February 2008 issue of Instyle Magazine...
  • Karen Laine

    Need a little office space like this for the house. #desk #office #mirrors #home

  • Catherine Kelly

    House Envy: Filling wall space, on a budget - Hanging inexpensive, full length mirrors horizontally. Love this mirror idea!!!

  • Nell Van

    House Envy: Filling wall space, on a budget - Hanging inexpensive, full length mirrors horizontally. Office Wall?

  • Amie Bell

    Horizontal mirrors || inexpensive decor idea using full length door mirrors... did this in my bathroom years ago. it turned out great! this looks super cool over the desk.

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