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Monday
May072012

Mirror mirror on the wall

... does my bum look big in this apartment? It took me some time to figure out how these photos fitted in the plans but what I knew straight away was that all those mirrored walls would drive me crazy. They say that mirror increases the sense of space and bounces light around a small room but I'd be forever trying to find the hidden doors and checking for visible panty line. The perfect apartment for a narcissist? Imagine cleaning when the baby starts to pull themselves up the walls to stand. Snot and licks and handprints. Perhaps that is why they are selling. I've been warehouse stalking again. Link here while it lasts.

Reader Comments (6)

The idea of a ginormous mirror wall breaks me into a sweat, but I'm finding it just as weird to have a mirror directly behind the toilet. Is that really necessary?!

7 May 2012 | Unregistered Commentermiss retro nest

I would love to move in here...everything about it is amazing! Love!

7 May 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKinga

I really think it's a mistake to combine mirrors with a lot of black. There's something very over-the-top that starts happening when black gets reflected in mirrors. If what gets reflected is a view or garden, it can work. If what gets reflected is your rear heading for a toilet bowl, I'd have to say no.

7 May 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChrista

GREAT POST:) I really love the open spaces and the dining chairs are typical Scandinavian design:)

Have an awesome week.

LOVE Maria (Sweden)

Snot and licks not withstanding, you wouldn't need to dust or vaccuum...just flip on the leaf-blower and you're done in minutes. More time to wipe the mirrored walls.

7 May 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSarah

The baby would have to make do with the master suite. I want the room with view windows defiantly staring at brickwork five feet away!

8 May 2012 | Unregistered Commenteroregonbird

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