December 01, 2009

Mosaic Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

You may have noticed something when I posted photos of my console table decorated for Halloween or when I posted photos of the bamboo hurricane planter I put together.  Actually, you may have noticed a lack of something.  For far too long, the space above my console table in my living room has been sadly blank. 

The wall has been empty, waiting for the perfect mirror to come along and decorate it.  For quite a while, I was shopping for a round decorative mirror.  Something red and mosaic would be perfect.  I finally spotted this beauty at Pier 1, but it’s $69.99 price tag was too hefty for me.
red mosaic mirror

But after waiting for far too long, my patience finally paid off and the mirror went on sale for $49.99.  I think I waited a little too long to save $20 bucks, but regardless the mirror is finally mine.  Here it is, my beautiful new red mosaic mirror!


Anonymous said...

It's too high up, you should lower it so it's only a tiny bit higher then the lamp.

Jenny @ DIY Newlyweds said...

It's hard to tell from the the photo because it was taken at an angle, but the mirror is hung at a perfect eye-level. The walls extend much higher than shown in the photo, so there would be too much empty wall if it was hung any lower. Not to mention we would need to bend down to look into it if it was lower!