A well-timed compliment can make a person's morning and set them up with a positive outlook for the whole day. Now Ikea has taken the randomness out of the equation and created a mirror that delivers personalized compliments just when you need them most.
Sunburst mirrors have become wildly popular projects with DIY'ers for a few good reasons: 1) they are almost always awesome looking 2) they can be made very cheaply 3) they can be made from almost anything! To illustrate this last point, I've pulled together a big group of DIY sunburst mirror projects made from all kinds of (often surprising) materials. Take a look...then check your guesses as to what they're made from.
You've heard it time and time again – mirrors are a great way to reflect the light in a small space, thus increasing the sense of space. It's particularly true for bathrooms, which are often among the smallest, darkest rooms in our homes.
Life's busy. Budgets are tight. We're always on the lookout for tiny details to add to a home that will make a disproportionately big impact — so you can get to enjoying your home to its fullest more (not spending all day decorating — though those are fun days too!). What's one way you can improve a kitchen's look and feel quickly today with a simple, slightly unexpected addition? Add a mirror. We've got the photographic evidence that a mirror makes a kitchen better — no matter its style.
We fell hard for the inspiring look created by a powerful convex mirror hanging over the mantel in Kirstie's Colorful English Townhouse. It has us wanting to find affordable and compact convex and concave mirrors we can fit in a small space to pack a punch of personality.
When you see something perfect you love, do you splurge on it? Or save some pennies by seeking a more affordable version? Look even further and you might steal the look for a whole lot less. Here are three gothic-inspired quatrefoil wall mirrors, at drastically different price points. Which would you choose?
If you love the romantic idea of living in the French countryside, rattling around in a creaky, rustic farmhouse, this is for you: 10 DIY projects that capture the best of this style and help you get the look you love.
The Sunday Roast is a traditional British meal and get together at a local pub, but it can easily be replicated in one’s home for a more personal feel. The English Sunday Roast is a great excuse to get friends together on a Sunday afternoon and spend time with them before the holidays and family drama all arrive in a few short weeks.
Yesterday you voted on which French Country style dining room was higher end and, if you voted for this one (choice B!), then you nailed it! Survey results though were pretty close, with roughly half of you choosing A and the other half B. Click through to see the price and source for each piece, along with the cheaper alternative options.