Posted on 13th Dec 2011 @ 6:16 PM
There is still time to get a perfect gift for that hard-to-buy-for person in your life. You know, that person who already has everything or goes out and buys the things he or she wants without thinking of saving some of those items for Christmas.
Give the gift of style, elegance, and uniqueness this Christmas with one of our oval, round or rectangle mirrors or frames. We have an awesome list of gift ideas for him or her. We’ll help you create an outstanding presentation to ensure your gifts WOW family and friends for years to come.
Gift Ideas for Him
Office Makeover: Late nights and long hours in a dull home office? Illuminate the room for a more spacious feel, with one of our closed corner rectangle framed mirrors. A thin frame will enlarge the space and disappear into the wall without interruption.
His Throne Room: Add an extra oval mirror in the bathroom over the toilet or on another wall to reflect the light and add another angle.
His Fireplace: Put a large mirror over the fireplace to reflect the art and memories made in your home. But pay attention to proportion. Don’t hang a mirror that is only half the length of your mantle place. Mirrors should be appropriately scaled to the piece of furniture they are placed above.
Entry Way, Mantle or Shelf: For a casual style, buy a few small to mid sized mirrors and layer them by leaning them against each other. A collection of round mirrors of various sizes resting on ledges dresses up any ledge or shelf.
Gift Idea for Her
Perfume Tray: Are her lovely perfume bottles sitting directly on the vanity? Try setting them on a chic, round framed mirror for a look that is a true reflection of her personality.
Mix Mirrors with Art: Does she have a collage or grouping of framed photos on the wall? Buy a oval mirror for her to mix in with this grouping to give extra uniqueness.
Go for a Grouping: Help her design or re-design an empty space. If you can’t afford a huge mirror to fill a wall, get a few smaller mirrors in various shapes and sizes and group them together.
Another Window: Hang a large rectangle mirror on the wall between two windows to suggest another window in the room.
The Art Lover: Purchase one of our frames without the mirror and give the gift of art in one of our beautiful, custom, hand-finished frames.
The Mom: Give her a cool, classy way to display her children’s artwork. Purchase an empty frame or series of frames for her to put up in her home to display and rotate her children’s artwork as new masterpieces come home each day.
The Cook: Although they're bound to get a little greasy or dirty eventually, it's not like mirrors don't clean up easily. Behind your stovetop is traditionally a rather dark area in your kitchen. A mirror will bounce any available light around, not only making it easier to see the meal you're preparing, but make it a more enjoyable place to stand.
For Dining Elegance: Place a mirror right next to the dining room table. Like you see in many restaurants around the world, this allows for softer lighting to be used, while still keeping the area light and bright. Think of it as mood lighting that still allows you to see your dinner plate!
The Queen: Why have just one mirror when you can have several? By making an entire wall mirrored and then adding a smaller, oval, defined mirror on top, not only are you creating a larger more open-feeling space, but you'll also be giving depth to the space without weighing things down. Try it on the vanity in your bathroom.