Designers use mirrored tables to make rooms seem larger and to add points of interest due to their reflective qualities. Mirrored elements make such an impact that you can buy smaller pieces to save money.
Use a glass vase with colorful, fresh flowers and coffee table books as a cost-effective way to infuse color into a living room. Atlanta designer Michael Habachy styled this table in a high-rise Atlanta condo with a trio of books that serve as a pedestal for the vase.
Robert Brown Interior Design played off the white walls in a high-rise condo with his signature classic style. He balanced the white table, artwork, linens and bed with metal accents and dark wood matching end tables.
A sophisticated and feminine Chicago condo bedroom features an accent wall in a Schumacher marbled wallpaper. Designers Kandrac & Kole selected color-blocked draperies with a band of blush at the top, blush lamps and decorative mirrors.
It's hard to tell where this beachfront condo's balcony ends and the ocean begins! A rustic driftwood-hued table and two chairs the color of the ocean make this the perfect spot for al fresco dining, sipping cocktails, or just enjoying the bracing salt air.
Mark your calendar for warehouses sales in your town. This brass and black glass coffee table was found at a warehouse sale and then used in a condo designed by Michael Habachy in The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta.
This vibrant white kitchen in Miami’s Sunny Isles Beach features sleek cabinets above an under mount sink with industrial faucet, oval dining table with white upholstered and wooden chairs, white marble floors, low profile stovetop, white dome pendant light, and a gold geometric shelf dividing the kitchen from the living space.
A painted, antiqued mirror is just one among several reflective surfaces in this glamorous home office. Below the mirror rests one of a pair of crocodile skin chairs outlined in gleaming chrome. The small round accent table continues the theme.