Anyway, in one of her bathrooms she is attempting to channel Rita Konig circa Domino years. The bathroom already had a vintage pedestal sink, so we worked together to find this wallpaper and a pair of brass sconces, but she got stuck on the mirror sourcing. She asked if I'd seen any great big round mirrors lately that didn't cost more than $500 (since she splurged a bit on the sconces) :)
Big round mirrors are tricky to find, but as luck would have it, earlier that same exact day I stumbled across a small treasure trove of relatively inexpensive mirrors on the Wisteria site. This huge 38" wide mirror would look lovely in her bathroom (or how about in a pair for a large bathroom with double sinks?). I'm really loving the simple gilded frame. It's perfect for layering on a busy papered or tiled wall.
Here are a few others of the many that caught my eye on the site, including a version of the honeycomb/peacock mirror we have all loved for ages. I know a lot of you were sad when Pier1 stopped making their affordable version - well here's your chance to snag an even more affordable one!
Also, Venetian style mirrors are always super pricey. This one is a steal. I am really tempted to buy two for my girls' bathroom. Farrow and Ball Pink Ground walls and these? Too perfect.
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The dimensions of this scalloped mirror are spot-on for what I need in our master bath. I was moving forward with another plan already though, so I can't decide if I should derail Plan A for this new Plan B. I really like that this mirror could go with us to our next house though...