Leaning Mirror made from an Old Church Window

  1. Karen says:

    I love it! It’s beautiful.

  2. Lori says:

    I love it????

  3. Laurie says:

    You two should win the decor
    equivalent of an academy award
    for this piece!

  4. Sharon says:

    It is so beautiful! Deb’s reaction is priceless, but then isn’t
    That her reaction to all of your best ideas. ????????????

  5. Lynn Wilson says:

    Danelle, talk about unique! You and Deb are such visionaries! I love this so much and it looks so striking in your bedroom! I think there needs to be a contest for “amazing finds” turned into “one of a kind” treasures! This gets my vote????????????????Love seeing the world thru your eyes❣️

  6. Marie says:

    The beast is “Stunning” and Deb’s handiwork is exceptional !! Love reading your blogs! : )

  7. Anonymous says:

    you used to have kids (married to a man?) and now are married to woman? what a world we live in

  8. Jill says:

    Hey Danelle! This is so amazing and I just found a perfect size mirror and want to do this but I’m curious how Deb connected the mirror did she nail it or glue it or something else I have no idea about ☺️ Love your guys beautiful house

  9. Anonymous says:

    I Love it… I want to buy it, thought it was for sale. lol

  10. Shannon says:

    Love It! ???? Where does one get a mirror cut to fit something like this?

  11. LaDonna Frieze says:

    This is my most favorite piece you gals have have made! I love, love it! I have admired it in all your pictures! I was thrilled to hear the story behind it in your blog here. I have commented on it several times! It’s gorgeous!

  12. kristin says:

    Absolutely love this mirror!!! Thanks for sharing with us!!! Ohhh i so need one! ????

  13. […] is church window turned leaning mirror is still one of my favorite pieces we have repurposed.  Deb is still MEH about it.  […]

  14. Sarah Arness says:

    I was debating purchasing a huge, expensive leaning mirror that is kind of popular right now from a well known company. Then I saw this stunning piece that you created and I can’t get over how striking and beautiful it is. Now I know why I have been hesitating getting the other mirror. It is beautiful but it is not really that unique. I don’t know how I am going to acquire or make a piece like the one you have created but I will have to try. Thank you for sharing your work with us and you are so funny that I really enjoyed reading your story!!

  15. Sarah says:

    Oh my WOW!! This is just stunning! What a uniquely brilliant idea! I found you ladies on Pinterest and your entire home has become the inspiration for my older home that we’re slowly but surely updating room by room, which has been a bit challenging for all the usual reasons. What’s made it even more challenging as far as choosing a main color scheme and style is having all original mahogany woodwork throughout, in add’n to stain glass windows in the living and dining room. Don’t get me wrong, they’re each beautiful, but between the dark woodwork/trim around every window and doorframe, which we have a lot of, and the semi-darker colors within the stain glass, it’s just made it so hard to settle on the best color scheme when it comes to the walls and furniture. But your home and style is just so absolutely inspiring, and every time I’m perusing my Pinterest for ideas, I find myself coming back to pins from your home every single time, even if it’s been pinned by someone else. So I just want to thank you ladies for all the inspiration and for sharing with us!

  16. G says:

    Is the most beautiful that I ever see…wow. love is soooo..beautiful..i one.
    .one I wish I can make it..

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