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19th Century Chinese Rosewood Table Screen

19th Century Chinese Rosewood Table Screen | From a unique collection of antique and modern table mirrors at


10 Amazing modern interior design mirrors for your living room

Amazing modern mirror for your home decoration | more inspiring images at

Fabulous art nouveau mirror with polished pewter on a wood back ~ Germany ~1906


Reflected Glory

The French Bedroom Company Blog - Reflective Glory, looking at the perfect mirror for your home and bedroom from classical, french, gold ornate French mirrors to minimalist, modern, cool and clean lines. Collection of mirrors in industrial apartment with vintage dummy and metal chairs

Modern Country Style: The Best Grey Paint Click through for details.

Charleston Tiffany headboard. Stunning tiffany baguettes frame the upholstered panel trim. Available in walnut, wenge and antique silver. We can also do smoked mirror panels and any material on the centre sections.

from The Wedding of My Dreams

Wedding Table Plans {Wedding Decoration Inspiration #ww}

Wedding seating plan made from a single antique frame with the table cards hanging down from ribbons. More mirror and frame ideas at

from Etsy

Aqua picture frame wall decor hint of turquiose ornate accented gold shabby chic home decor Anita Spero

Aqua picture frame wall decor hint of turquoise ornate accented gold shabby chic home decor Anita ~This can also be beautiful in a boho colorful

Stunning Chinoiserie style powder room with blue and orange Chinoiserie wallpaper over a black sink vanity with fretwork cabinet doors accented with crystal hardware and cream countertops which frame an oval shaped sink below a silver bamboo vanity mirror illuminated by polished nickel wall sconces on either side.

A silver dressing set, Fabergé and others, late 19th century. comprising: a dressing mirror with elaborate rocaille frame, a small round dish, circa 1900; two perfume bottles, a silver and glass box, a brush, an hand-mirror, and a circular box; together with an oval bowl, Kurliukov, Moscow, circa 1890, and a beaker, Paris, maker's mark PQ in lozenge, circa 1890; all contained in a velvet-lined fitted case, height of mirror: 60 cm. (23 ½ in.) (18)