Friday, March 18, 2011

Living Room Progress - Let the Sun Shine! (Sunburst Mirror and Dresser)

As I mentioned in a post last week, the sunburst mirror I bought ended up behind the sofa. 

I also mentioned the dresser was planned for our bedroom.  And it may eventually end up there one day, but for now it's right where I set it up to paint: behind the sofa.

Here's a "before" pic I found on my phone:

BEFORE
And in our little casa now:

After - sunburst mirror in our living room



Another a "Happy Friday" pic of these tulips Seth bought (Seth's anniversary gift was getting flowers once a week.  Score!):


The bird was a $.99 thrift store purchase that I painted white.  There's a little chip on the wing (cue Martina McBride's "Broken Wing"!) but it doesn't bother me because you never see it.

Oh, and I finally got around to reading the latest issue of Lonny this weekend.  What a surprise that after posting about sunbursts behind the sofa and "our" mirror in House Beautiful a very similar one was also shown in interior designer Dan Patford's home.

Via LonnyMag
Pretty close resemblance, right? 

Well, whattaya' think?  Should I keep it behind the sofa or try something larger?

I know a shot of the room may help to get a better idea.  First I need to let you in on my sofa find.  And I know, the chandelier reveal is well overdue.  Next week!

7 comments:

  1. The dresser looks awesome! I love the bright white!

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  2. That sunburst looks gorgeous with the white dresser. I think you'll need a bigger sunburst if you want to place it behind the sofa. Otherwise, keep the sunburst in the living room.

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  3. If you want to create balance and harmony in your office, you can use mirrors. Make sure though that you use a round mirror in a gold leaf frame to make it work very well in the feng shui money area of office.

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  4. Glass and even mirror are now being used in kitchens and bathrooms. If you have a tiny kitchen, you can add a piece of mirror above your countertops to make the kitchen appear much larger. You just have to avoid mirrors in busy areas.

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  5. You can let the living rooom progress with help of the post heere

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