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- Joanna Gaines shared the incredible transformation of Magnolia’s conference room.
- On the Magnolia blog post, Jo listed Anthropologie’s Gleaming Primrose Mirror as part of the new library decor—opting for the 7-foot tall, gold version.
- Anthropologie’s Gleaming Primrose Mirror is a popular piece, also loved by Windy City Rehab host Alison Victoria.
Joanna Gaines has done it again: The Fixer Upper star upgraded Magnolia’s plain-Jane conference room in Waco, Texas, as a grand library complete with deep green walls, rows of books—and one very familiar piece of decor: Anthropologie’s Gleaming Primrose Mirror. The piece has gained somewhat of a cult following over the last year, appearing in numerous interiors. Count Jo among its many fans.
“I love the way it turned out,” she shared in an Instagram post about the redeisgn. “It feels timeless and enchanting while also encouraging a really cozy atmosphere.”
If that 7-foot tall, gold mirror looks familiar, it’s because interior designers love it, including Windy City Rehab host Alison Victoria. Offered in three different sizes and three finishes, the vintage-style mirror effortlessly leans against a wall and makes a room feel bigger, not to mention, more luxurious.
Apparently, it was just what this room was looking for: “I’m reminded time and time again in design not to rush the process of completing a space, but to wait for the right pieces to come along over time,” Jo wrote on her blog. “It took a while to furnish this space, but I love the way it turned out. I chose furniture and decor based on the two design styles I wanted in the room: modern and eclectic.”
The former HGTV star also shared that the renovated space was dramatically different than her personal office, which is white and minimal. Jo loves that she can easily step into the deep green library when she’s ready for a change of scenery and be energized by the creative atmosphere.
Admirers know that the beauty of the famed Gleaming Primrose Mirror comes at a cost—the 7-foot tall version costs a whopping $1,548 while the 3-foot tall mirror has a price tag of $448. But there are great alternatives, like Ballard Designs’ Beaudry Mirror and the Tudor Floor Mirror. Luckily, we’ve rounded up dupes for Anthropologie’s Gleaming Primrose Mirror.
Now, you just have to follow Jo’s interior design advice: Find a space, discover the intention behind the design, and have fun.
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