Designers often use oversized mirrors in small spaces to help reflect light and make the spaces feel larger than they actually are. A twist on this idea is to choose architectural-style mirrors which create the illusion of an extra window or door.
This sliding barn door is the perfect addition for a rustic design. The distressed look gives it a very natural feel while the sliding mechanism makes it easy and functional. Yellow walls brighten the space and a marble floor adds a polished finish.
Inspired by how well the vintage vanity in the guest bathroom turned out, Brandon and Jen decided to repurpose a 1970s dresser as their master bathroom vanity. They kept the original green paint job so they just had to fit it for plumbing and add the sinks.
Unassuming luxury defines this Mediterranean hallway with floor-to-ceiling mirrors, iron chandeliers and a barrel ceiling. Distressed wooden benches with plump cushions and red bolster pillows keep the look relaxed and unified.
On HGTV's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and her boyfriend Curtis Goldin transformed the master bedroom using shabby chic furniture and accessories – including a sea glass vase and distressed candlesticks.
Sliding distressed wood barn doors divide the master bedroom from the bathroom without taking up valuable floor space. The distressed wood is carried through to the headboard and is paired with contemporary bedding to create an industrial-chic look.
Dark distressed cabinets with built-in wine racks create a sophisticated and masculine atmosphere in this eclectic kitchen. A mirror above the the counter enlarges the space, while floating shelves provide easy access to kitchen essentials.
A distressed gray dresser doubles as a changing station in this elegant girl's nursery. Floating white shelves house stuffed animals and children's books. A pretty pink throw pillow adds a touch of color to the striped glider.