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  • Starburst

    Almost inevitably, when I see a home that’s been meticulously staged, photographed well, and quickly sold, somewhere inside is a funky starburst mirror. In no way do I believe that these statement-making pieces have a sort of home-selling magic, but I do find that they offer a little taste of glamour and a finished feel, no matter the surrounding decor.

    ** Houzz **

    ** memorable decor **

    ** Crate and Barrel **

    ** Max Azria's home on sukio **

    I’ve found that these little babies- especially of the gold variety- fit into a bright garden-themed sitting area or a seriously formal dining room just as easily as they do on the pages of a Crate and Barrel catalog or in designer Max Azria’s crazy-modern LA home.

    ** not on the high street **

    ** shelterness **

    Whether nestled against a saturated wall color or on an intricate mural, starburst mirrors have a way of standing out, filling in and polishing the space above a headboard, or over a fireplace or sofa.

    These glimmering pieces don’t have to cost a fortune- for affordable options, check out those available at Target and World Market.

    ** this post is not sponsored in any way **