The closest Target is 20 minutes away (by freeway)! Now I know that sounds close to some of you, but not for me. I really don’t like driving too far, I buy everything online. Where we used to live the closest Target was 4 minutes away. So obviously I am saving $1000 a month now:) I actually do make it about twice a month. We went last week because we bribed our 6 year old who just had her tonsils out that if she took her medicine (at 2 in the morning) we would buy her a doll. So we went for a doll and walked away with a throw, bananas, whatever else my kids threw in the cart when I wasn’t looking and the most glorious gold mirror EVER!
I could not wait to get said glorious gold mirror hung on my wall. But the
problem blessing was that it literally looked good every where. Oh Target, just take all of my money. So now I need two more of these mirrors. Because I can’t deprive one space in my house of it. And I have a thing with buying pairs of things. For example you probably notice my white dipped stools all over my house, no I do not move them around for pictures. I have three of them.
Back to the Target mirrors-
Of course I took pictures of all of the places I tried this glorious Target Mirror. Just to show you all the endless places you could put one of these mirrors in your home.
Target Mirror Idea #1- Master Bedroom
See it there over on the right? Here is the game I played…I had those hats in that spot. I moved the hats above my bed. Then I moved the art that was above my bed to my front room. Next I added THIS blanket to the end of my bed. I flipped my navy bordered duvet and pillows around so now you only see the white side. Lastly tied the gold mirror in with my favorite gold pillow! Boom! I like my room again, thank you Target.
Easy as that a brand new look thanks to a $49 Target Mirror and $29 throw!
Target Mirror Idea #2- Entry
I really like the mirror here. It brightens up this space so much. Not to mention how nice it is to have a mirror by the front door to check your teeth before you answer the door. I love how simple it is. I like to keep the surface of the dresser (our entry piece) pretty clear of clutter so the mirror pairs nicely.
Mirror Tip– You don’t want to put a mirror in a spot that you see right when you walk in your home. It is kind of alarming to see your face and not the most welcoming for guests. And if you believe in “energy” in your home the mirror bounces the energy right out the front door! bye, bye!
Target Mirror #3- Guest Room/Family Room
If you are a reader on my blog or Instagram you know this family room of ours is also a guest room. The sofa folds out to a sleeper. We have guests at least once a month. And I feel SO bad, because I just realized I didn’t have a mirror in this room! Horrible Bed and Breakfast I am running here:) Now I should get family to come back now they can see what they look like. We do have a bathroom right outside this room. I talked about on THIS post about our small bathroom’s how important in a small house it is to create another space for people to put their makeup on and get ready. This little gold tea cart and now with the gold Target mirror create the perfect spot.