Mirror, mirror, on the wall …
We all know how the fairy tale goes but when we’re seeing less beauty and more ‘OMG, what’s that?’ reflected back at us, it’s maybe time to make looking at, not in, the mirror a more
beautiful forgiving experience.
Or you may just be into admiring yourself from any and every angle … whatever …
Or perhaps you just need a few mirrors about the place, both for function and style.
These lovely mirrors by Jenny Nordberg fit right into the ‘ooh, that’s my style’ of interiors inspiration but where to place them?
I’d love one (or two) in my bathroom but am slightly struggling with the form over function reality of this idea as if there’s one place you really need to see what’s going on, it’s the bathroom, isn’t it?
Or do we maybe not care? Get a couple of small close-up mirrors for the reality check and allow the larger expanse of mirrored surface to be beautiful rather than [simply] reflect [our less than beautiful] reality.