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When decorating a new space the walls are literally a blank canvas just waiting for you to impart your personal mark upon them. Modern mirrors are an easy way to create a significant impact without breaking the bank.
While styling a blank wall is both exciting and necessary to make any home or space feel like it’s truly yours, it can also be extremely daunting. Design tip: choose serene and simple modern mirrors for your wall décor and you can't lose.
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One of my favorite ways to utilize mirrors in a space is to cluster a bunch together and create a gallery wall of sorts. Just remember, while you want your mirrors to look cohesive, you don’t want them to be all the same.
So try mixing it up with different mirrored shapes, sizes or simple round wall mirror designs. For example bright gold, brass, antique gold, and neutrals would all fit in the same color family, but you avoid being too matchy-matchy.
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And when all else fails go the more traditional route and simply add one large statement mirror. I love this look in a hallway or top of a stairwell with a gorgeous console table and of course a mirror can never look out of place above a fireplace.
Dark Bronze Polaris Star 31 1/2-Inch-H Unique Wall Mirror, Casbah White Resin 35-Inch-W Decorative Wall Mirror, Champagne with Beveled Glass Round Wall Mirror, Leather Strap 29-Inch-H Jamie Young Round Wall Mirror, Cooper Classic Glenarden Red 40-Inch-H Wall Mirror, Sunburst Reflections Antique Silver Resin Round Wall Mirror
Images: Domino, Spaces, Vogue
With a keen eye for appreciating the beautiful everyday and a desire to share it, Mandy Kellogg Rye launched Waiting On Martha, Inc. the popular lifestyle blog and boutique, in 2012. Her work has been featured by Lonny Magazine, Domaine Home, Jezebel Magazine, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle, and House Beautiful She's also a regular contributing editor for Style Me Pretty Living and Occasions Magazine and an editorial stylist working with brands such as Kate Spade, The Gap, Old Navy, Smirnoff, and Cascadian Farm.
When Mandy isn't Martha she can be found with her husband Anthony and Cavalier King Charles Addison enjoy a little Southern Hospitality in her city of Atlanta.
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