D. L. Rhein | Interior Design, Handcrafted Jewelry, Vintage Decor | From Frames to Mirrors
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From Frames to Mirrors

16 Aug From Frames to Mirrors

On one of my adventures in design hunting around the city, I found these two salvaged window frames.  They had stuck together through the years, the two of them, taken off a building somewhere over a hundred years ago.  I bought them, honestly, with no idea in mind for their use, but just knowing that one day, they would be perfect for something.

That day came when I was hired to update the look of a house in my neighborhood, which has a vintage meets industrial feel.  Although the room is already a good size, I knew that adding mirrors to the frames would open it up even more.  The result is a one of a kind showstopper that transformed the dining room into an interesting, yet functional living space.