We weren’t looking exactly, but that tends to be the time when things like this wiggle into our lives. It turns out that brunch with friends, then large, heavy, gold framed mirror-buying with said friends don’t have to be mutually exclusive activities… as long as said friends don’t mind riding home in the car with a large ornate mirror pushing up against their knees and blocking their view. Its also great if they don’t mind carrying that big old mirror up two flights of stairs.
We spared Mark and Joe the additional ordeal of hanging the mirror with us, but not before we consulted them about where we should hang the gold monster. I had my doubts about this mirror, and was ready to pass it by, but Intern did not share the feeling. Now that it is home and up on the wall, I am pretty pleased with the way it looks, because it brings an added bit of light to the space. We hung the mirror above our bar and I have to admit now, although I was indifferent at the time… Intern was right. $30 well spent.