This bathroom suite features a spacious shower with glass walls and built in bench, and a simple vanity with an inset mirror and just enough counter and storage space. The multiple textures throughout the room all maintain a neutral color palette to contribute to the room's serene atmosphere while adding some diversity.
This master suite takes a new approach on traditional design. A mixing of textures like marble, tile and drywall all combine for added dimension. The simple bird fixture complements the neutral palette and provides a counterpoint to furniture.
Deep blue mosaic tiles surround an inset mirror in this cottage kitchen wet bar. The mirror lends the illusion of expanding the room and directs light around so that the bar doesn't become a visual dark hole.
Designer Kari McIntosh selected St. Frank's Indigo Dots wallpaper and a sunburst mirror to create a rich design setting symbolizing the relationship between heaven and earth in the woman's office at the 2017 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The office is located between the master bedroom and bath to make an easy escape for the homeowner.
Mirror doors create an elegant armoire exterior to match the sophisticated transitional style of this bedroom. Matching armoires frame a gray and white dresser complimentary to the cool-tone gray walls. A gray toned hardwood floor fits beautifully with the color scheme.
The front of the nightstand drawers features a unique textured look with gold accents shining between. The thin mirror frame pulls out that gold accent while a black bed frame brings a darker element to the white walls and light hardwood. The rug, blanket and throw pillows brings a mix of textures to the design.
A wide room made multiple seating areas possible. Putting two sofas back-to-back to accomplish seating while keeping access to the deck unprohibited. Splattered pattern rugs soften the hickory hardwood floors and create a mirror image in the seating spaces. A rustic fireplace surround creates a grand separation between the two balcony access doors.
What you display in a room, such as on this side table, says a lot about the space. Design elements like this gothic mirror also help set the mood, which is very Southwestern romance in this bedroom designed by Carole Meyer.
The designer bumped out the sinks to create different depths, added an arched toe kick and used beaded inset cabinets to give this vanity a furniture look. Combining the large drawers into one large cabinet and adding mirrors to the doors makes the fixture look custom built.
This cozy alcove perfectly fits a handsome clawfoot tub (just add bubbles!). On the wall above, a set of six matching sunburst mirrors are sweetly romantic without overwhelming the small space. Two sconces are just-right lighting.