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The Ship Wheel Mirror: An Insider’s Guide

The Ship Wheel Mirror: An Insider’s Guide

There are only a handful of mirror options that can be used successfully in nautical style spaces and beach homes. A ship wheel mirror however is one which is sure to provide both the look and feel you’re after. And with this guide you’ll soon be on your way to upgrading your wall space with this iconic choice. A Symbol Of The Seas The ship’s wheel is easily one of the most recognizable parts of a boat. It is used to steer the ship by...

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A Nautical Rope Mirror Makes Seaside Dreams Come True

A Nautical Rope Mirror Makes Seaside Dreams Come True

Anyone who’s a fan of nautical décor knows just how big of an impact it can make, especially when it is something as functional as a mirror. Whether you want to create a seaside feel, add to one, or need something to complete it, a nautical rope mirror can help you to get it done. An Instant Reminder Of The Sea    Nautical rope is thick, braided, and extra tough. It also has the ability to hold knots extremely well. These features are...

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Bring The Beach Home With A Driftwood Mirror

Bring The Beach Home With A Driftwood Mirror

When you would like to create a beach, coastal, or even tropical feel your standard wooden mirror frame just won’t do, a much better choice is driftwood. With beauty that has been crafted by the natural weathering of the water, sun, and sand a driftwood mirror is a piece of wall art that allows you to bring the look and feel of the beach home with you. Driftwood Basics Driftwood can be found washed ashore on the beach but also rivers and...

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Get Nautical With A Porthole Mirror

Get Nautical With A Porthole Mirror

Many people prefer a nautical theme when it comes to the design of their space. Yet they often become stuck when trying to decide on what type of mirror will work best with one. Luckily for them there is a fun solution, a porthole mirror. What’s A Porthole? A porthole is the round window on the hull (body) of a ship. Its function is to let sunlight into the dim spaces of the boat and give those inside a view of what is going on outside....

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