Reflections abound in this mirrored and tiled foyer in shades of gray. An elegant love seat reflects off the mirror-tiled wall as well as the black marble floor. The tray ceiling supports a stunning chandelier.
A vintage leather couch and a pair of modern armchairs with Serape fabric off stylish and comfy seating in this living room. Artwork by Barry Magee from the clients' collection decorate the walls and add interest to the design. A bronze mirror on the wall behind the couch visually expands the space.
This striking dining room is designed in shades of purple and gold, with an ornate chandelier and dining chairs. A wall of mirrors in a diamond pattern reflects the purple and gold colors to create depth in the space. A neutral area rug anchors the space and brightens the room with a lighter color.
Designer Robin LaMonte uses a large window and mirrored wall to fill this traditional dining room with plenty of natural light. The custom upholstered chairs complement the white marble dining table and the white sheer window treatments.
This elegant formal dining room boasts a Victorian air. Leather seat cushions are accented with golden upholstered, patterned backrests. The large area rug contributes more pattern to the room as well as introduces more warm colors. A chandelier is the perfect lighting to complete the look. A full mirror wall reflects the room making it feel and look larger.
Ethereal artwork mounted on a mirrored wall lends an air of mystery to this Hollywood Regency bedroom, literally nestled into the Hollywood Hills. The upholstered bed has a silky sheen that's shown to advantage on the button-tufted headboard. A faux fur throw at the foot of the bed combines with other textures to create a space that is rich, layered and interesting.
A trio of rectangular mirrors hang behind the dining table, reflecting back the room and visually expanding the space in this traditional dining room. Decorative moss balls and oversized candle votives complete the tablescape.
A collection of mirrors hung gallery style, above the overstuffed sofa, is the perfect alternative to art. Adding this many mirrors to one wall also amplifies the natural light. Design by HGTV Star winner Tiffany Brooks