Designer Amy Elbaum of AE Designs chose a gorgeous mirrored nightstand to place next to the ashes of roses-hued platform bed to amplify the elegance of this master bedroom suite. The simple lines of both the furniture and accessories call attention to the soft color scheme and modern stylings of the room.
Textured purple wallpaper adds depth to the space, while the upholstered headboard practically beckons you to try out the bed. "Love the wallpaper, love the purple, love the texture," said HGTV Star host David Bromstad.
Mirrors and mirrored furniture are high-impact ways to get a luxury look, even on a budget. You can simply add a mirror, such as this round fish-eye mirror above the bed, which Atlanta designer Michelle Mentzer found at a discount. Or go glam by switching out a basic bedside table for a mirrored nightstand. If you have hardwood floors, add a patterned rug from an outlet store.
This modern bedroom features soft, blue-gray walls, a dark brown pintucked headboard and wall lamps on either side of the bed. A mirrored five-drawer nightstand sits to the left of the bed, while a brown and white plaid sofa to the right provides the perfect spot for relaxing.
This mirrored nightstand echoes the opulent finishes used throughout this bedroom designed by Erinn Valencich. Note her clever lighting trick: "I decided to hang pendant lights over each nightstand instead of using standard lamps," she says. This leaves the table surface free for other items. Storage is also available inside the table behind the touch-latch doors.
Sea-inspired light hues blend beautifully to create a calm and stylish design in this transitional bedroom. Plant circles on the accent wall add a subtle design to the solid bed coverings and bed frame. A mirrored nightstand and a metallic lamp bring a reflective quality to polish off the design.