One of my favorite songs on Justin Timberlake’s just released album, The 20/20 Experience – which is growing on me! – is “Mirrors,” which also happens to be the latest single. Justin released the music video for the song yesterday, which he dedicated to his grandparents William and Sadie. The video — which doesn’t even feature Justin until towards the end — tells the story of his grandparents’ 63-year marriage and, damn, if it didn’t make me get a little teary. I’m still waiting for Justin to bring sexy back again, but tugging at my heartstrings will do for now.
Mirrors are a great way to make a room seem bigger or add visual interest to your space. Mirrors with ornate frames can hold their own next to framed art and photos, and I love how unexpected they look mixed in with non-reflective decorations. Another great way to utilize a gorgeous mirror? Lay it down on your dresser or vanity and stack your prettiest jewelry and perfume bottles on it–suddenly your bedroom will feel like an old school boudoir. We scoured Etsy and found 8 mirrors in a variety of gorgeous vintage frames — all for 50 bucks or less. Click through to check ‘em out…
My studio apartment isn’t exactly palatial, so I’ve had to do without certain things that people who live in larger places would never consider an extravagance, like an ironing board. If I iron any of my clothes (I tend to hang them in the bathroom while I shower and let the steam do its best to erase the wrinkles), it happens on my kitchen counter. Designer Aïssa Logerot created this combo ironing board-mirror concept, which would certainly help me to wear less wrinkled clothes to the office. Maybe one day Bed Bath & Beyond will be smart enough to carry them, but until then, the kitchen counter will have to suffice. [Toxel.com via Notcot.org] Keep reading »
A recent study shows there’s a narcissism “epidemic” spreading among college-age women. Apparently, ladies of generation “me” are three times more likely to think they’re “special” than those of previous generations. In honor of all that ego going around, here are four cool mirrors for our self-centered sisters (and you know who you are) within which they can check their supreme awesomeness all day long.
- Show that self-love, baby! [$39.99, Target]
- You and your gorgeous reflection can play peek-a-boo for hours with this whitewashed shutter mirror. [$119, Wisteria]
- You don’t even have to ask: “Who’s the fairest of them all?” [$148, Anthropologie]
- This ’70s “brilliant” mirror says it all, no? [$59.99, Bed Bath and Beyond]
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Just wondering? Cause most people have mirrors across from their bed so they can see themselves having sex and stuff. Anyway, Johnny Carson’s aging partner-in-crime is facing foreclosure and is selling his home. The views in the bedroom are among the perks! [HiltonHyland.com via E! Online]
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Ever wonder how you measure up to celebs? Sure, theyâ€™re rich and famous, but maybe you can look down at them. A new mirror with a ruler printed on it has come out, but instead of marking the height with numbers, it places celebrities in their proper slot. Well, it seems actors Robert deNiro and Cameron Diaz are equals and tennis superstar Venus Williams is bigger than Brad Pittâ€¦but maybe you can beat them all! The Friskyâ€™s Catherine is the perfect Scarlett Oâ€™Hara (aka Vivien Leigh). Check the photographic proof, after the jump! [Trendhunter] Keep reading »