In the minimalist home office, the design is kept streamlined to spotlight the stunning view out floor-to-ceiling windows. Nesting tables are all glass and a mirrored desk does the neat trick of seeming to disappear.
Bright blue contemporary artwork and a bold sunburst mirror pop against the neutral walls in this sleek living room. A glass-topped coffee table complements the acrylic ghost chair while a dark wood credenza displays simple orb-shaped decorative items.
A mirrored gray entertainment center is positioned along one wall in this living room, flanked on either side by a pair of framed pictures. A glass coffee table is parallel to the entertainment center, and a chair and sofa provide seating.
This transitional bathroom features a white vanity with white marble countertops and a full-wall mirror that makes the space feel even larger. A glass shower contributes to the spacious feel and clean look. A trio of light fixtures mounted to the mirror decorates and illuminates the space.
A tiny, decorative mirror brings a ray of light to this compact-but-open home office. Using a glass top on a desk or table creates more perceived visual open space, adding to the sense of scale in the room. Light floors and walls keep the room feeling bright and expansive.
A wide mirrored coffee table with a shelf offers both storage and display space in this transitional living room. The tall, thin glass vases adorning the table draw the eye upward to the room's vaulted ceilings.
A painting by artist Math Bass creates a focal point above a mirrored console on this west-facing wall. The nearby dining table by actor-turned-interior designer Billy Haines is topped by Alex Israel’s “Risky Business," a cut glass replica of the famed egg from the 1983 film of the same name. The homeowner's art collection is showcased throughout the renovated penthouse.
A pair of sunburst mirrors adds a burst of style above the sofa in this colorful tropical-inspired living room. Tangerine throw pillows add a tropical vibe next to blue-and-white houndstooth ones. Yellow tulips add a splash of color to the glass-top coffee table.
The vanity in the HGTV Urban Oasis 2012 master bathroom from is illuminated by a huge frame of light. A walk-in closet off the bathroom comes in handy when one half of a couple wants to dress before the other one gets up. Glass subway tile used as accent in the shower surround forms the floor-to-ceiling backsplash above the furniture-style vanity.
This bathroom stared out with a huge roman raised tub, orange floral wallpaper, and a dark enclosed shower. We removed the tub surround and added a free standing tub, We softened the space by adding floor to ceiling drapery behind the tub. This created privacy as well as some softness to all of the tile and hard surfaces in this room. The walls got a textured wallpaper that added some subtle color and another texture to the space. The shower was a complete overhaul and got a new window, brand new tile and a frosted glass panel for some privacy while still keeping the overall feeling open and light. The cabinets got a paint job and added casing around the mirrors to create more of a custom feel.