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I first discovered Dennis Smith’s work in 2010 when he emailed me a photograph of a giant horse head mirror. I’m pretty sure I emailed Amy (our resident equestrian enthusiast at D*S) right away to tell her that she was going to love this submission. Dennis had just launched his Etsy shop, and I loved his sweet but simple mirrors and the larger scale of some of his pieces. So I was happy to see him interviewed on the Etsy home page this weekend and to check out what he has been up to these days. I was glad to find some new pieces that are definitely being added to my wish list — namely his mirrored bunting. I’ve grown a little tired of the tiny, twee cake bunting that’s been popular for the last few years, but this larger-scale heavy bunting is a nice twist on the trend. Dennis’ heart, state and crest mirrors are really nice, too. All 50 states are available, so if you don’t see yours in his Etsy shop, just drop Dennis a line to request your favorite. Click here to check out Dennis’ latest work and shop online (each piece is drawn and made by hand from upcycled glass). xo, grace

  1. The bunting is just the coolest, and the state mirrors are so clever! I’m not from Hawaii, but that would be a pretty awesome wall display!

  2. Darla Smith says:

    I have his trio of birds , beautiful reclaimed window/ leaded wall mirror,and a letter S. His work is beautiful and all handmade-what a awesome addition to our house. Will be getting more things.

  3. Frank says:

    The Virginia is missing some of the state. common mistake, rumors once were that the “eastern shore of VA” was missing off some official state emblems.

    Still Non the less, your VA mirror is incorrect.

  4. Dennis says:

    Thank you so much for including me again! Congratulations on your book!

  5. Great pieces of mirrors!


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