Every lady needs a reliable vanity. Luckily, this stylish master bedroom comes equipped with its own, which is comprised of an antique mirror and hairpin-legged desk. A chic cushioned stool completes the vignette.
This antique mirror actually works overtime, assisting with both getting ready in the morning and making the master suite seem even larger. The desk is topped with flowers and candles for a hint of sweet fragrance.
An antique mirror and a vintage cabinet get a second change to shine in this home outside of Los Angeles. While these pieces define the entryway, a circle purse and Louis Vuitton racket cover add a sophisticated, feminine touch to the space.
Framed antique mirrors line the wall and encourage movement through this dark and light contrasted living room. The mirrors give the room a graphic punch, and the black piping on the cream sofas follows suit. The damask wallpaper and patchwork cowhide rug add texture to the space.
A custom, built-in mirror with rosettes adds antique charm and brightens up this transitional dining room. Polished brass accessories are glamorous accents that decorate a lacquered banquette featuring contemporary brass drawer pulls.
Positioned above a marble-topped single vanity, an antique mirror adds depth and dimension to this transitional powder room, making the space seem much larger. A brightly-colored woven rug gives the room a youthful touch.
This dining room was designed around a single 18th century Italian chair the designer found in her client’s attic. Eleven additional chairs were made to complete the room. An antique Indian mirror hangs on the walls, which are lined with blond horsehair.
An eclectic mix of furnishings and details makes this living room fun and fabulous. Antiques like the mirror and vase blend beautifully with the quirky antler chandelier and beautiful molding around the fireplace.
You can turn anything into a collection. Group a trio of mirrors with an interesting finish, such as an antique patina, on a wall for instant artwork. If you find mirrors with different sizes and frames at a yard sale or thrift store, patina the frames and mirrors to achieve the same look. “Grouping affordable mirrors is a great way to add charm and interest to a wall,” says Julie Montgomery, owner of Julie Montgomery Interiors in Atlanta.
Designers wanted to add the home's original old world flair, so they repurposed an old door to be used as a mirror. This reflects the natural light from the window, making the space feel bright and open and also creates a focal point for the space.
This beautiful piece is a mirror, table and coat rack all in one! Pegs at the end of each starburst make a handy place to store bags, hats, scarves and more. Loops on either side of the tabletop corral tall umbrellas.