A warm wood console table greets visitors at the door of this midcentury home, as well as provides storage for books, keys and mail. To complete the vignette, designer Barbara Vail hung a round, gold-trimmed mirror, which helps to make the small space feel larger and more open.
This once-empty corner earned a chic upgrade with the addition of a mirrored console table and soft sheer curtains. A variety of decorative accents are positioned on the table, including a small wooden table lamp with a rectangular shade and two white ceramic vases.
At the foot of the stairs, a large mirror and wood console table create a drop zone for keys and mail. Not only does the mirror complement the runner with its bright purple trim, but it also reflects the natural light and makes the entryway feel larger in scale.
A mirrored console table makes an easy transition between the dining table and the seating area in the room's open concept layout. The reflective surface keeps sightlines clear in the overall look, instead being a blocky boundary.
Adjacent to the dining area is a feature wall dedicated to a custom art piece that extends beyond the borders of the canvas. This piece by Fabio Mesa creates a unique accent and pop of color in the space. An acrylic base provides a modern transparency with the perfect shade of blue. A custom console table below was designed in a mirror finish to further reflect the painting and not detract from it.