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Wood framed mirrors are some of the most versatile wall décor items you can buy. They add a unique flavor and character to a room, as well as open it up to seem larger and more spacious. Whether you are using a wood framed mirror to check your hair one last time before you head out the door, or add a little visual light and balance to your sitting room, you will be able to find a wide variety of unique mirrors, rustic mirrors, and reclaimed wood mirrors here at MyBarnwoodFrames.com.
A dark, solid wood framed mirror can add a touch or stateliness to a modern décor, or can be a great linear addition to a more traditional decorating style. We recommend our black wood framed Sundance Series of mirrors. They are solid-wood, and hand-made by craftsmen in the United States. The inner edge of the frame has been lightly hand burnished to give the frame and mirror a vintage chic, slightly antiqued look.
Another option if you are looking for a modern black wood frame mirror would be our Alpine Series of over mantle mirrors. These larger mirrors are perfect if you’re looking for something to fill that blank space on the wall without the room becoming unbalanced. Large wood framed mirrors are perfect to make a smallish room seem much bigger. A good decorator can also use a large wood framed mirror to double the amount of natural light in a room.
If you are looking for something more natural feeling, look no farther than MyBarnWoodFrame.com’s selection of natural wood grain mirrors. Starting with our Mapleton Style Wood Mirrors, we allow the wood’s character to shine through a beautiful hand-lacquered cherry finish. This mirror has a unique raised edge around the perimeter, helping the mirror stand a little farther out from the wall and making it even more window-like. Our Timpanogos Style wood framed mirror is also another option if you’re looking for natural wood grains, and superb hand craftsmanship. With its unique round-beveled interior, this mirror adds extra layers of depth that a good designer can use to offset linear lines of modern décor.
For a more rustic look, we recommend our Uintah Style two-toned wood framed mirror, which combines a neutral-finished cherry molding, with a black interior strip of molding. This mirror looks great with rustic, lodge, and cabin decors, as well as many modern and urban style decors because of its simple lines and stark color contrasts.