via Pier 1
But, I have thought about it over and over again since then. It's one of those purchases I didn't make, that I look back on and wish I did.
Not only that, but I was continuing to get reminded of my love for the honeycomb mirror via Pinterest and other bloggers (here, here and here for example). Apparently I wasn't the only one loving this mirror.
Well, I just so happened to be in a Pier 1 the other day with my sister, and what did I see? The mirror! In the clearance section for only $100. It was missing a couple of the smaller mirror pieces, but I knew those would be easy to find and replace if I did a little shopping online. Still, $100 for a broken mirror? hmmm...
So, I asked the sales associate if they could bring the price of the mirror down any lower. I'm usually not very good at wheelin' and dealin' but I knew this was a mirror from the spring season, and it had a couple missing pieces after all. Sure enough, she brought the price down to $50! Wahoo!
Now, I have one last problem: the hubster (husband). He's not so in love with this mirror, in fact, he kind of hates it. I know it's a statement piece, and I probably should have asked his opinion in advance since it's so huge, I just felt like I couldn't pass up the opportunity since I had been thinking about it for so long.
What if I lost my last chance to get the mirror?
I am of course super curious what you think! Let me know - do you love it or hate it? Leave me some love in the comment section! Part of me likes that it's so pretty and shiny but also kind of rough - it looks almost nautical for some reason, like a sea creature. Am I going crazy over here?
P.S. Here are two last images, of a similar mirror from Wisteria for almost $2,399 - makes my deal even sweeter, right?
image via Domino
image via Wisteria