I’ve been intrigued by this powder room mirror since it was featured a few years ago in House Beautiful. The concept is simple — a cut-to-size mirror is installed on the wall and an antique exterior wrought iron window grille is placed over it. The visual effect is somewhat as if you are peering into a window but in effect these become wrought iron mirrors. This version [top] was made with an antique Italian window bar that extends out from the wall (even better). Interior designer Eleanor Cummings paired the mirror with an old stone sink to create a powder room with an old rustic Mediterranean villa feel.
A pair of arched window grilles were set end-to-end to create a larger iron mirror. In this transitional powder room, a modern vessel sink sits atop linden green limestone on a vanity designed by Amy Morris.
(Sources: House Beautiful, Atlanta Homes)
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