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What to put under mirror and what table would look best behind couch
kriesenbec
January 3, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I put a Ballard design mirror in the lower level of our lake house. On the opposite end of the room I have a large entertainment unit. We have an L shaped sofa in that room also. Should I put a bench or a painted buffet under the mirror? We want to put a table behind the sofa in same room but not sure if it should be round and what material like glass, wood, etc. we have wrought iron barstools in the same room. The wicker bench under the mirror as just brought in from our sunporch for the winter.
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Nora
You could put the mirror between the windows where the painting is now. because I think it needs something else with body like the sofa. You could hang the painting next to the closet.
Why not put a big white rectangular table on the rug with the short side against the wall < In that case you can leave the mirror where it is.
I'm dutch apologise for spelling mistakes and using wrong words.
January 3, 2013 at 4:43am   
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