One of my first college essays I ever wrote was about the antique mirrors in my childhood home. My mom has always collected beautiful mirrors and over the years I’ve grown to love them just the way she does. Mirrors are now one of the first things I look for at flea markets and thrift shops and I’m always hunting for one with great lines, great patina on the glass or stories behind them that help me imagine all the different faces that have looked in them before. Inspired by those mirror moments, this week’s DS Hashtag Challenge is to share your favorite mirrors (at home or out in the world) with the hashtag #DSMIRRORS. You can upload yours to Instagram, Twitter or email us and we’ll share our favorites here on D*S! Can’t wait to see what you’re all looking in at home… xo, grace

Click here for more beautiful mirrors in our favorite D*S Sneak Peek homes. This image above is from Nicole Sutton’s LA Home.


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