A custom mirrored focal wall houses a built-in ultra-thin flat-screen television in this contemporary bedroom. The mirrored wall plays up the soft neutral color palette in the room, making the space feel fresh and airy.
Throughout the home, guests will notice beautiful antique furniture, like this dark wood dresser and matching wardrobe. With mirrors built right into the design, the wardrobe reflects the bedroom and makes it feel larger.
This bedroom design by Vanessa Helmick uses eclectic and coastal decor to provide a rustic feel. The distressed and whitewashed frame on the full-length mirror and planter of reclaimed wood help reinforce the casual and comfortable ambiance. A potted orchid, seashells and coral fans provide accents to complement the theme.
In this bedroom, double closet doors were given mirror finishes and a third mirrored panel added at the end. The mirror trio fits perfectly beneath linear HVAC slots above for a look that's clean and balanced.
Mirrors and mirrored furniture are high-impact ways to get a luxury look, even on a budget. You can simply add a mirror, such as this round fish-eye mirror above the bed, which Atlanta designer Michelle Mentzer found at a discount. Or go glam by switching out a basic bedside table for a mirrored nightstand. If you have hardwood floors, add a patterned rug from an outlet store.
Bright artwork and a glamorous mirrored fireplace create a focal point in this transitional master bedroom. The designer's vision for the space was a welcoming retreat that exudes contemporary elegance. The soft blue walls turn the room into a relaxing, serene sanctuary.