Designer Amy Elbaum carefully selected accent furnishings for this living room renovation with an eye on simple lines and quiet sophistication. The beautiful round mirror that hangs above a simple marble console table makes a strong statement, yet both pieces blend effortlessly together for a unified look. The touch of blue in the glass lamps is another graceful expression here.
The sideboard and dining table are custom pieces designed by Habachy Designs. The sideboard cabinet is made of oak, and the beveled face is cut for inset bronze glass mirrors. The base of the cabinet is brass-finished, and the surprise is the interior cabinet which is a beautiful lacquer red.
A beveled subway tile wainscot wraps this double vanity, packing loads of design detail into a relatively small space. Three sconces offer ample lighting for the individual mirrors, which top a pair of under-mount sinks. Dark cabinets ground the space and give it richness.
Give basic round mirrors a holiday update using wreaths as frames. Pick up an unframed beveled edge mirror from the home improvement store, then search for a wreath with the same diameter. Secure the wreath directly to the face of the mirror with liquid bonding adhesive, then hang indoors or outdoors for holiday flair.
A small, multifaceted crystal pendant light casts fascinating shadows on the walls and ceiling of this teal-and-gold powder room, which also features a beveled octagonal mirror and a white vintage-looking pedestal sink with gold-tone fixtures.