Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Mirror Mirror For Every Wall

Wisteria is showcasing some new mirrors.  I think they are absolutely darling!  I would love to find a place for even one of these in my home.  They really do a great job with their catalog layouts.

This mirror was made with real oyster sticks from oyster farms.  Unusual for sure!


This round faux bois harvest mirror is one of my favorites.

This wooden mirror is so sweet!  I can see this in a little girls room or a teens room for that matter!

I am looking for a couple of mirrors for my house.  One above my buffet in the dinning room and I want to use a unique mirror in my downstairs hall bathroom.  These may fit the bill.  Stay tuned....
~jamilyn

*images from wisteria.com*

11 wonderful comments:

Kathleen said...

I was at the Wisteria site the other day looking at mirrors. They have some great looking ones. I'm tempted.

Scientific Housewife said...

I love a great looking mirror and these are fabulous!

the wild raspberry said...

very pretty. mirrors are such a nice way to decorate.

Brabourne Farm said...

You can never have too many mirrors! Love all of these. Leigh

Dagny @ Beautiful Living said...

Love the last one! And thank you so much for voting for me!! :)

Destination Inspiration said...

I would love a mirror like the ones in the first or second pics, so gorgeous

Trish @TheOldPostRoad said...

I just posted one of those mirrors on my site! BEAUTIFUL! aren't they?
-Trish

Deepali Kalia Filling Spaces said...

thats interesting'

Maria said...

I was just on their site yesterday, love their stuff. especially that settee pictured in the first shot!! So beautiful, great stuff!!

JeanetteS said...

Thanks for your comment the other day on the architectural models.

I do love the mirrors from Wisteria. I just purchased the Porthole Mirror for our basement.

I don't know what it is about mirrors but I seem drawn to them. :-)

Susie @ Maddie's Nest said...

Great options. I am on the hunt for the perfect mirror over my mantel....glad to have found your blog.