This neutral sitting area features a soft ivory chaise lounge, medium grain hardwood floors and several windows that offer ample natural light. A mirrored glass desk paired with a ghost chair provides a small space for a home office.
White walls and white floors merge to create a seamless, modern living and dining space. Ten white leather chairs surround a sleek, glass-topped table, while a single bracketed shelf serves as a sideboard. Throughout the minimalist space, furniture appears to “float,” adding to the rooms’ ethereal feel.
The bright orange patterned wallpaper is the shining star in this bathroom design. The mirror, featuring a pearl frame, is mounted above a traditional white vanity with dark neutral countertop matching the floor tiles. Glass sliding doors enclose the white shower with rainfall shower head.
This contemporary half bathroom receives a luxurious update with Carrara marble throughout and a fabulous full-length mirror encompassed with a glass foliage tile. Other details, such as the custom vanity, add unique touches that draw visitors into the space.
"Mercury glass is pretty inexpensive. A collection on a mantel looks just as well as doing pairs," says Atlanta interior designer Lance Jackson, co-founder and creative director of Parker Kennedy Living. Mercury glass also works year-round and fits nicely with holiday decor, whether your palette is red and green, or another choice. For your collection of combine mercury glass you pick up from antique stores, estate sales and yard sales with new pieces from home discount stores.