Four mercury glass pendants hang above the spacious double vanity in the HGTV Dream Home 2015 master bathroom. “I think it’s a really fun, elegant look,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum. “It’s tailored and not too girly for a man, and it has a nice elegant feel in a restrained way. We’re trying to make everybody comfortable in this bathroom.”
While wall-mounted sconces are more typically used alongside the bathroom mirrors, substituting silver mercury glass cloche pendants adds an unexpectedly glamorous touch to the guest bathroom of HGTV Dream Home 2014. Silver accessories and an antiqued mirror add more sparkle.
Abstract wallpaper makes a striking statement in this transitional bathroom. Black moldings and window frames create contrast, while the vanity combines a sleek base with a chunky marble countertop. The beveled mirror and mercury glass pendant light add a touch of glam to the space.
A color palette of warm grays and browns gives this guest bathroom big personality in the 2014 HGTV Dream Home. A pair of mercury glass urn pendant lights sparkle above a speckled countertop complete with an undermount sink. Bright white walls and a large mirror help to reflect the interior lighting.
When you have a large island, designers often use three pendants to fill the space. A pendant with mercury glass, for example, can add style to any kitchen, no matter whether you’re going for a retro look or an upscale Mediterranean-style beach cottage, like this home in Alys Beach, a coastal Florida community. This finish is available anywhere from $50 and up through home decor stores and retailers.