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  • K Beiriger

    Black and white bedroom - Placing mirrors behind twin night-table lamps will reflect light and help brighten a room. Good idea to incorporate, especially when choosing dark wall color.

  • S Jovanovic

    Placing mirrors behind twin night-table lamps will reflect light and help brighten a room. Good idea to incorporate, especially when choosing dark wall color. I like the bed frame.

  • Frilly Princess

    Placing mirrors behind twin night-table lamps will reflect light and help brighten a room. Good idea to incorporate, especially when choosing dark wall color. I love mirrors over night stands.

  • Amber Cortez

    Placing mirrors behind twin night-table lamps will reflect light and help brighten a room. Good idea to incorporate, especially when choosing dark wall color. Sammamish Master bedroom. Mirrors and bench at end of bed.

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