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High/Low: Asymmetrical Decorative Mirrors

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High/Low: Asymmetrical Decorative Mirrors

February 6, 2017

We’ve been admiring (and coveting) the quirky mirrors of Brooklyn designer Corinne Gilbert for a while now (they appear in our first Remodelista book). Apparently the team at West Elm has taken note as well.

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Above: Designer Corinne Gilbert uses low-slung pieces to create an open feel in her living room. Also, notice that the mirrors are hung low so that they “relate” to the sofa. Photograph by Matthew Williams from Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home.

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Above: The Frameless Asymmetrical Floor Mirror is $249 at West Elm.

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Above: The Frameless Asymmetrical Wall Mirror is $199 from West Elm.

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