In this paper, we describe a case study on augmenting a daily object,
, for a personalized ambient display. The mirror displays information relevant to a person in front of it on the periphery of his/her sights. The interaction methods with the mirror were evaluated by a Wizard-of-Oz method and an in-situ experiment. The subjects preferred more controllability over the proactive functionalities and the understandability of information than the passive and the reflective nature of a mirror.