So, as my painting project continues, I decided to paint the soft pink mirror black that is right in my entry way. It was a vintage mirror I found at the Alameda flea market a few months back and finally got around to painting it.
My reason for deciding to paint it was the mirror looked hidden and didn’t really stand out before. I almost went with painting the mirror vintage red but changed my mind last minute thinking it would look too bold.
This is the before photo (image below).
This is the after photo (image below).
I am glad I chose to stick with painting it black, it turned out really nice and ties the rest of the space together nicely.
- Xoxo Jessica
- xoxo Jessica
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