We’ve just been mulling a wall in a bedroom that has an unfinished doorway, currently covered by a curtain. On the wall next to we temporarily propped a big mirror that gives great depth to the room and a bit of the view of the park across the way. The question: how to combine the mirror and a door with a minimal footprint (i.e. it doesn’t open into the smallish room.) We found an interesting solution at Desire to Inspire. Although we’re not crazy about the drab gray room itself, we like the idea of big sliding mirror that can act as a door when necessary.
The barn door hardware has a pleasingly industrial look….wonder if mirror comes in 8-foot slabs…
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the beauty of old mirrors (with pascal anson)
fab orange-frame mirror, inspired by a work of art