Thursday, November 17, 2011

Mirror, Mirror


Mirrors within architectural spaces can either be done VERY right or VERY wrong.(think 1980's mirrored closet doors). I've found it's best to stick with antiqued mirror on walls. Mirrors brighten and beautifully expand space. Let's look at some fabulous examples shall we?
(I love the use of mirror used behind the fret work design on the closet and bathroom door above - the outcome is stunning!)
This mirror looks beautiful but I would have gone with an antiqued version myself!
I love the mirrored walls in this small city apartment
Glamour anyone?
This vanity is amazing! A nightmare to clean but fabulous none the less.

7 comments:

Suzy said...

I'd love to have that wardrobe.

Samantha Chu Ramage. said...

oh yes, these are all beautiful examples. i love mirrored furniture too!

xo
sami

abode love said...

I love that top image... the fret work is stunning! I used mirrors in my dining nook and they make the space feel so much larger than it really is! Here's the link to my mirrored wall

http://abodelove.blogspot.com/2010/12/whos-fairest-of-them-all.html

thanks for sharing!

abodelove.blogspot.com

Chic Coles said...

We are all about that fret work over lay. Also would love to have an apartment in the city with a dinning room like that. Have a great weekend.

NotesFromAbroad said...

The 1st image and the 3rd appealed to me most.
I was just tying the other day to convince my husband that mirroring the panes in the french door in our dressing room would look good.. so far he is unimpressed. Men !

Jenna l Homeslice said...

I really like the dining room image, it's crazy how much it expands the room when it's really not that big!

Naomi@DesignManifest said...

The top doors are ridiculously gorgeous!

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