They’re an indispensable tool in design. They can reflect light in an otherwise dark space, visually expand a room and make an artistic statement. Here are a few examples:
This statement piece perfectly marries nature and glamour made with unfinished wood.
Here’s a similar look with a gold finish.
This Louis Philippe period style mirror is a fresh take on an antique style with a blue wash. It would work well in a number of places such as a dramatic powder room or above a console in an entrance.
I love the look of a venetian mirror with it’s mirror on mirror carved detail. It has a very feminine quality.
I love this coral carved mirror!! It would be such a great choice above a bathroom vanity (particularly black). I think it brings a bit of glamour like a ruffled shirt.
This bone inlay mirror would be so sweet in a little girl’s bedroom.
A couple of examples of simplicity with graceful lines.
This one is made of reclaimed wood with a 50″s inspired orb. It would add a terrific rustic element to the room.
This simple shape brings a pop of color. It has a masculine edge and a modern look.
This art deco frame adds a bit of glamour to this room.