Garden mirrors are a great way to really enhance your outdoors. From small porthole mirrors which look great hung on a brick wall or wooden fence to large arched windows which can be propped against a hard surface and blended in amongst foliage to hide its corners, garden mirrors have the ability to help create an even more wonderful world with nature than you already have at the back, front, or side of your home.
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Fun and quirky, this modern cluster of circles mirror is great for the end of a long hallway or a narrow wall at the bottom of a staircase. It's comprised of 15 individual and differently sized mirrors, all neatly welded together to form one giant unit, and finished in a bronze and gold stippled effect.
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This large Peaches Round Driftwood Mirror has an amazing texture as well as a fabulous look. The frame is produced by laying pieces of reclaimed driftwood on top of one another. This gives each mirror a unique character and an extremely artistic appeal.
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Nautical interiors is definitely not a new trend, but it is a timeless trend. You will always find people decorating their homes with a nautical theme and it really doesn’t date. Living right on the coast here in Devon, I am surrounded by seaside themed…well …everything really.
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