Notice that nice, blue tint....Oh sun, why must you zap all of the color out of paintings?
Anyway, I thought a mirror would look really good in that space since it's (obviously) by a window. And I had my head set on a large, rectangular mirror that I could do some acid distressing on...but then I saw this:
And given that it looked like this....
Uh, yeah, I got a tad obsessed with round mirrors. And I just loved this one! I loved it, and in my mirror-travels, I found that those suckers are NOT cheap. And this was a deal! For a round mirror?? For a LARGE round mirror? C'mon guys! I know you know what I mean.
But, there's always a little catch with the "perfect" mirror....
(And I decided not to crop and just keep it real for ya'll), is that this mirror is a bit small for the space. Hmph. Grrr. Fine.
But, I refuse to get rid of this lovely mirror! We were meant to be! So, what should I do to fix this dilemma readers? I need help! Suggestions! I need a solution. Please? Pretty please? Help! Stencil the wall? Frame it with molding? Add another element to the wall???