A low mirror

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Actually some boarding and a low mirror.  I’ve set the mirror at a height for those of us who are small but also for who ever is on the phone at the time (not yet added to the table) can view themselves when seated.

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Went for a lighter wood colour than the stairs themselves but still a ‘woody’ tone

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One low mirror over telephone table, chair yet to come

I’ve used a sliver (or rather two slivers) of the full size stick-on faux stained glass you can buy by the roll for the tinted sides.  Strange things reflected in the mirror in this shot, though it’s a minor miracle that the ‘glass’ actually looks vaguely spot free here.

 

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