Estelle Graham
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It's a mirror! It's a window! No, it's a mirror. And it's perfect.

Cecilia Paned Mirror from Pottery Barn

This chic entryway is outfitted with our Grand Chateau Window Mirror and a pair of oversized sconces,

The Chic Technique: This chic entryway is outfitted with our Grand Chateau Window Mirror and a pair of oversized sconces,

Foyer

The Chic Technique: Your foyer makes the important first interior impression of your home. Our 38 entryways of all sizes and styles offer inspiration for your decorating.

This arched window mirror is made of metal which has been treated with green paint and then rubbed down to give an aged affect.This metal framed mirror creates light and space by adding a new 'window' to your room, place three or four along one wall to create the stunning effect of several 'windows'. Even place in a conservatory or kitchen. This wall mirror comes complete with metal loops on the back for hanging on the wall. Metal framed mirror glass.Overall dimensions are 92cm x 122cm…

wonderful window mirror by decorative mirrors online

Arched Window Mirror - This is probably a better proportion than the one we originally looked at. 34"H x 24" W $239

Fredrickson Arch Wall Mirror - Wall Mirrors - Home Decor

Ralph Lauren Home Collection Castle French European Old World Rich Luxurious Estate Style

Blue and white china, wedgewood vase with orange tulips, hurrican lamp, white framed mirror and antique chest of drawers.

Vintage window mirror.

I love the idea of turning an old window into a mirror!

One Man's Folly: The Exceptional Houses of Furlow Gatewood: Julia Reed, Paul Costello, Rodney Collins, Bunny Williams: 9780847842520: Amazon...

Furlow Gatewood's Italian Whippets just like Nancy Lancaster

dining room, Oyster Box Hotel

The stunning white dining room at the Oyster Box Hotel, Durban

decordesignreview: trellised wall in conservatory at Badminton House, Gloustershire England

Do we have a conservatory? "The English Country House". Authored by James Peill, photographed by James Fennell