Reflections in Octagon mirrors..


I saw an octagon wood framed mirror at the Goodwill. I think it was $9. It wasn’t a need. I had a pretty decent amount of stuff in my cart so I left it. It was rather heavy and that turned me off even though it was a good size, the thought of hanging it would be a bit difficult. I kind of regret it. I could have painted the wood a metallic hue or glossy black to update the look. Instead I left it….


Love this entry/hall styling. It doesn’t take much room but there is a spot for removing wet boots, dropping off a bag and checking yourself out one last time before leaving.


If you want to give an old dresser a new look…consider replacing the mirror that came with it and hanging two decorative mirrors instead…


{Architect Greg Palmer designer Beth Webb}


So what do you think? Do you prefer round, starburst, rectangular or octagon shaped mirrors?

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