Mirror, Mirror | Interior Inspo

I've been looking to add more interiors inspo to my blog, so when Dandelion Interiors got in touch, I thought that would be the perfect opportunity to bring something new to my blog.




If you've been reading my blog over the past few months, you'll know that I've been looking to move into interior styling, and there's a whole new website that will be dedicated to that. In the meantime, I'll be adding a little of that content here.

I'm currently working on an interiors project at my Aunty Sonia's house. She's more or less given me free reign and it's been so exciting; I've been creating moodboards, adding inspiration to my Houzz profile and gathering paint samples to test out.

I've decided on the colour palette and now I'm looking at mirrors that fit within the budget. The colours that I've chosen are a little unusual - we're going for a burnt orange and teal. The scheme will be pulled together by ash, cool grey and white. So a mirror in one of those neutral colours would be perfect.

I'm looking for something quite modern, so I've skipped past the vintage styles. I love their full length options but this room doesn't really require that.



The copper in this industrial style mirror would tie in perfectly with the burnt orange elements of the room, which is the sofa and a couple of the accessories in the room. The room itself doesn't have an industrial vibe to it but a touch of it really works.




Now, I know I said I wasn't into the vintage feel but it's more the baroque style that I'm avoiding. The bird crest on this mirror is so interesting and would be striking against what will potentially be a teal wall.




Their range of overmantle mirrors  is particularly useful, as that's where the mirror is going to be hanging. This style is frameless, which is great, as then I wouldn't have to worry about matching the colour to the rest of the room.




I keep being drawn back to these colours but they'd be such a good fit. I really hadn't considered a round mirror but it would be nice above the fireplace, where I'm thinking of putting the mirror.



The white chalk paint is what appealed to me the most here, as I've got a couple of pieces in the room which I'll be upcycling and this mirror would be an ideal accent colour.

This isn't even the tip of the iceberg, when it comes to what Dandelion Interiors has to offer. I've spent a long time on the site, just exploring and it's given me a few ideas for other rooms that I'll be working on.


Leave me a comment, if you've enjoyed this post, as I've got a couple more interiors-related posts in mind.

Lots of love, 

Melly 

xo 

Disclaimer: in association with Dandelion Interiors. Images: Dandelion Interiors. Words are my own.

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