I spotted this unique approach to displaying mirrors in a catalog from Soft Surroundings and I can't stop thinking about it.
I think layering a selection of mirrors--different sizes, shapes, and frame types but all in the same color makes a striking effect on the wall. Here is a close up:
|images via Soft Surroundings|
I spotted these overlapping mirrors in Anthropologie a couple of months ago and I think this works well too. I like that the frames, while both very ornate, are different here.
|image by The Pink Chalkboard|
Pottery Barn is also showing the layered mirror look with this trio of mirrors.
|image via Pottery Barn|
And while not a mirror, I just spotted this collage frame in the latest catalog from Restoration Hardware baby & child that follows the same look:
|image via Restoration Hardware baby & child|
(This example is actually one single frame. Brilliant!)
I love this clustering idea and I want to give it a try. I just need to start collecting mirrors...add it to my to-do list!