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Reflections In the Kitchen

By Christa Terry

The first time I saw a mirror above a sink in a kitchen my first thought was, ugh, that must get SO dirty. You can well imagine the first thought I had when I saw a mirror hanging on the wall right above the stove. But hey, I’m a grownup person and I know how to use a paper towel. (And I hope we’re all cleaning anyway.) Mirrors get dirty no matter where you hang them – especially when you have little hands in your household. So mirrors in the kitchen? I’m down with that. For example, a mirror can be a great window stand-in in a windowless kitchen, or open up a small kitchen. See how good a mirror in the kitchen can look?


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2 Responses to “Reflections In the Kitchen”




  1. Leane Says:

    I once read in a feng shui book that a mirror is good above the stove so you don’t get surprised while cooking and mess up the food.
    I’ve had one in my kitchen for years. My messed up food was never the result of surprise, so I guess it works!




  2. Christa Terry Says:

    Ahahaha, I like that!












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