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  1. Where to hang your oval mirror

    At Exclusive Mirrors we predict big things for oval mirrors in 2015. Not only are mirrors a necessity in your home they can also add a decorative flair to your wall. Oval mirrors are perfect if you wish to create a decorative focal point in your home.

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  2. How To Decorate Your Home For Winter

    The dark nights are closing in and the weather is getting colder as we make the transition from Autumn to Winter. Even if it is cold outside this doesn’t mean you can’t create a warm cosy atmosphere inside your home. Decorating for Winter is an exciting time of year as you can get creative with your interior décor and Christmas is on the horizon!

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  3. Guide To Buying an Art Deco Mirror

    The glamorous era of Art Deco dates back to the 1920’s and 1930’s and had a big impression on interior design. Mirrors of the Art Deco period are seen to ooze luxury and elegance and are the perfect addition to any home décor. Varying in sizes, styles, designs and shapes you are sure to find an Art Deco style that suits your taste and would complement your current home designs.

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  4. Guide to Buying a Wall Mirror

    As you are probably aware there are many reasons why people would purchase a wall mirror for some it is to add additional light to their home or perhaps give off the illusion of a larger living space. For others it is a case of purchasing a mirror to add an attractive feature to the wall. Whatever your reason for purchasing a mirror we wanted to offer you some ideas to consider which hopefully will guide you into selecting the perfect mirror for your home.

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  5. The Art of a Gold Mirror

    Gold mirrors have definitely had a comeback over the last few years. They are back in vogue in a big way and we want to share some tips on how to introduce a gold mirror into your home. Gold mirrors can work in almost any room in your home and with a variety of styles available you can find one that will enhance or complement your current living space.

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  6. How to Hang a Heavy Mirror

    Many mirrors nowadays can be extremely heavy due to their decorative frames or high quality glass. If you are planning on hanging your mirror on the wall there are certain precautions you should take. With many walls in new homes now being made with plasterboard it is important that you check the weight of your mirror.

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  7. Delicate Artifacts While Moving

    Moving a house whether within the same city, same state or to a different country is cumbersome and can augment your stress levels considerably. Where at one hand you are worried about bigger things like the job in the new place, the accommodation rents, new school for the kids, new people etc. on the other hand there are finer details as to how in the first place would you manage to move your stuff from one place to the other. Amidst all the perturbation you might skip on a very important point- what do you need to do about the moving of the delicate items? These need to be handled with utmost care and require special attention. Owing to the busy schedules combined with easy availability of various kinds of services, most people now opt for storage and removals services. The storage and removals Somerset companies make it easy for almost anyone to move without making them feel like banging their head on the walls. However if you are fond of collecting delicate artifacts or antiq

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  8. Does Your Home Insurance Cover a Broken Mirror?

    Mirrors can provide a lot of benefits to the interior of a home. They can create the illusion of more space and increase the amount of light. More expensive and elaborate pieces can be featured in the same manner as works of art. If something happens, a homeowner's insurance policy may cover them, but there are some things that should be considered before deciding to make a claim. Insurance claims on mirrors Home contents insurance generally covers items in your home from damage and theft. However, be aware that most insurance policies have an excess of around £100-£200, so if a mirror is worth less than that it may not be worth it to make a claim. Filing a claim is also likely to increase premium prices in subsequent years. If you have a large excess to pay, it might make more sense to use that money to buy a brand new mirror instead of losing your no claims discount. *Damage to mirrors - Typical policies will cover damage to property that is

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  9. All That GlittersÂ…is Gold Mirrors!

    Among some of the most popular styles sold at Exclusive Mirrors is our Gold Collection, featuring a range of decorative mirror styles including wall mirrors, dressing table mirrors and cheval mirrors. All of these are available at affordable prices and can be used to brighten up and add a classic touch to a room. Gold mirrors are a fantastic choice for your home. Not only will they blend with most styles of décor and colour schemes, but they can also add French style accents and create a luxury feel. If it’s a bold statement that you’re looking to create, this Large Gold Gilt Mirror is a great choice that will look incredibly stylish on the wall of your living room or bedroom, with its stunningly designed wooden frame that wouldn’t look out of place in any palace or stateroom.

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  10. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Mirror Mysteries and Superstitions

    The mirror is a common household object; however, there are many mysteries and superstitions surrounding it. Do you really have seven years bad luck if you break one? Do vampires really have no reflection? We’ll separate fact from fallacy for you in this fascinating article about an item that we all have in our home. Seven years bad luck One of the most well known of all superstitions is that if you break a mirror it will bring you bad luck for seven years. It is possible that this idea originally came about in Roman times before mirrors were invented and people used to look at their reflection in a pool. As they believed that their reflection was their soul, someone throwing a rock to ripple the water and disturb the reflection was considered very bad luck. Another more down to earth explanation comes from the Victorian era when mirrors were an expensive item and could only be afforded by saving up over a number of years (seven was considered the average number of

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