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  • 21-02-2014, 09:29 AM
    Zakkiya Khan

    Mirrors

    Hi Meryl,

    Here are a few more inspiration images on my Ask Nanima Forum Pinterest board. Take a look at the pins titled "Mirror Mirror".
    http://www.pinterest.com/zakkiyak/ask-nanima-forum/

    The image with different frame sizes and arrangements will assist you to achieve a balanced composition by applying one of the arrangements.
    A wonderful idea is to complement your two mirrors with framed pictures along your wall and create a "gallery wall".

    Good Luck and hope this is helpful!

    Zakkiya
  • 20-02-2014, 12:52 PM
    Zakkiya Khan

    Mirrors

    Hi Meryl,

    It's difficult to say without seeing the room itself - It will completely depend on the size and layout.
    I would say that it is great to have multiple mirrors in one space.

    Here are a few inspiration images you could look at and apply one that is suitable to your home (follow the link). ;-)
    1) If your dining mirror is large with a heavy frame, you can consider layering multiple mirrors with ornate frames. It is an alternative and beautiful way of displaying. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/237564949067026538/
    2) Combining multiple sized wall mounted mirrors is interesting and creates a gallery wall. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/24066179229711234/

    Zakkiya
  • 20-02-2014, 11:41 AM
    Meryl

    Mirror mirror on the wall

    Hi Zakkiya, I have an open plan dining room and lounge with a very large mirror in the lounge section, could I possibly add another smaller mirror in the dining room section, or is it too much?

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