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Boutique Mews House, LondonContemporary Bedroom, London

Photo of a small contemporary bedroom in London with beige walls. —  Houzz
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michelleroycroftMichelle Jones wrote:20 March 2016
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    Mirrorworks, The Antique Mirror Glass Company
    6 years ago
    Antique mirror has become very popular over the years. There are a few of us who make it in the UK. I have to say I don't recognise this particular finish. We do make similar smoked antique mirror. Please see www.antiquemirrorglass.com Good luck with your move!
rosieglowrosieglow wrote:19 July 2016
    daphnevassiedaphnevassie wrote:25 October 2015
      sharonsticsharonstic wrote:15 February 2015

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        amandapollard
        Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Ideas to Steal from Well-designed Tiny Bedrooms3 December 2019

        Cosy upWhen your room is too small to feel airy and spacious, embrace its tiny proportions to create a snug sanctuary. In this mini room, the team at Zephyr Interiors has chosen a colour scheme of cosy, earthy tones to provide an intimate feel.The mirrored back wall adds light and visual space, but its foxed surface continues the snuggly, textured look.Need help with your space? Find an interior designer in your area on Houzz.

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        webuser_607612650
        HU-607612650 added this to Manor Cottage10 June 2022

        Mirrored alcove behind bed - would reflect view from window

        diane_stringer
        Diane Stringer added this to Diane's ideas1 April 2022

        its the right size and very beautiful for my cottage

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