11.04.2016

ballard designs atoll mirror DUPE + amazing home tour


Oh hey Friday! We all know the Ballard Designs Atoll Mirror and that it's pretty much impossible to get your hands on one these days. We have one in our front room and I think it's one of my favorite pieces in our entire house. I just never tire of looking at it. Anyway, we got into a discussion about this mirror in the comments the other day and I set out on a mission to find a dupe. 

First, there's this Statements by J Marigold Mirror. It's just over $200.

If you're willing to shell out the bucks, check out the Ethan Allen Scalloped Mirror. It looks almost identical, just has a smoother texture. 

If you're not so specific on the shape needing to be rectangular, how about this one? It's the Dimond Home Ekwock Mirror and I sort of love it. A lot, actually. It's 32" in diameter. Available here too!
Now a house tour—and I'm sure you've seen bits and pieces of it floating around the internets, but I just discovered the whole thing on zillow while looking for the source of that first image up there. Here's the rest! It's. So. Pretty.

Couldn't you just move in, um, yesterday?? See more here.


2 comments:

  1. What an absolutely gorgeous mirror!

    Her Heartland Soul
    herheartlandsoul.com

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  2. THANK YOU!! Iv'e been looking all over for Ballard mirror but haven't been able to find it or a similar style- until now! Thanks to you, I found one! Just ordered the one you posted from Ethan Allen. Thank you!

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