Monday, November 28, 2011

vintage Turquoise mirror

I had an opportunity to buy a 3'X4' gold vintage mirror. I knew exactly what
I was going to do with it and who I was going to gift it to.

I bought the mirror for $25. It was left over from an Estate sale that no one wanted!

The finish on it was already soooo pretty, it was really hard for me to cover it.

But I knew it was going to look fantastic when I was finished spraying it with a Turquoise
spray paint and a really high gloss finish.

For some strange reason the color that is showing up in photos in not the actual color.

The color is a deeper Turquoise called Lagoon by Rustoleum.

The details on the mirror frame are so wonderful!

I even brought it to my salon studio to see if it would photograph better
against some green/blue turquoise walls.

It looks so bright blue in this photo, but it really is the color of the spray paint can below!

It is going to be shipped to New York for my sons girlfriend in their apartment. She will hang it near her vanity and I think this mirror will be right at home in a NY city apartment!!

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  1. What a lucky girl. If she decides that she doesn't like it, I'll pay for shipping it to Arizona :-) I'm sure she's going to LOVE IT! Great buy! Great makeover!

  2. Wow - what a transformation - what a great gift to give! Now pinterest following you, already a gfc follower, Karima

  3. Awe.Some! I'm always looking for this kind of ornate-ness to make always amazes me what people will overlook at estate sales. More for me :)
    -Jill @ Junky Vagabond

  4. I don't think I'd be able to part with this. This will make such a statement in their home!
    Thanks for linking up to make the Scene Monday!

  5. you're giving it AWAY??? are you sure you want to do that????

    man, you are waaaay nicer than i am.

    gorgeous. just gorgeous.

  6. I just found your blog and am your newest follower. This mirror looks fantastic. Thanks for creating such an inspirational place to visit.

  7. Your son's girlfriend is one lucky girl! This is absolutely gorgeous. I found you at 'make the scene monday', (Alderberry Hill blog).

  8. Hi, Bonnie

    I love the mirror! Love the color too.


  9. This is amazing! I love the color choice & the frame is perfectly vintage! Nice job, high five to you!!!! ;)

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  10. It's gorgeous--I would have trouble giving it away! Thanks so much for linking up to Share the Love Wednesday!

  11. Beautiful job! I love that color! Thanks so much for sharing in the Mirror/Glass party! ;)



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