Gold, glass and mirrors make a glittering first impression in this entryway. Flanked by two side chairs, the striking table features mirrors on its drawer fronts adding dimension to an otherwise condensed space.
Dark colors, especially bold tones such as midnight blue, can be intimidating to most homeowners. A trick in using dark colors successfully — without causing a room to feel cavernous — is to introduce reflective surfaces wherever possible. This iron cigarette table used in the bedroom's reading corner helps bounce natural light from the windows around the room.
Beautiful wood pieces as well as pillows and rugs with unusual patterns give this living room unique personality and a warm, welcoming feel. The mirrored coffee table makes the space look bigger than it is.
This beautiful piece is a mirror, table and coat rack all in one! Pegs at the end of each starburst make a handy place to store bags, hats, scarves and more. Loops on either side of the tabletop corral tall umbrellas.
Genevieve Gorder designed her dressing area with an elegant chandelier, doors imported from Morocco and plenty of shelves for clothes and shoes. A large mirrored island reflects the light from a sparkling chandelier throughout the plum-colored space space.
Genevieve Gorder designed her dressing area with an elegant chandelier, doors imported from Morocco and plenty of shelves for clothes and shoes. A large mirrored island reflects the light from a sparkling chandelier throughout the plum-colored space, as seen on HGTV's "Genevieve's Renovation."
WAKE + LOOM Design used a matching patio set, which can be a splurge, on this small porch, but you can draw inspiration from the table top. To glam up a wicker table you own or a yard sale item, add a mirror or a piece of glass to the top.
Genevieve Gorder designed a large and spacious master suite closet with an elegant chandelier for improved lighting. A mirrored island reflects the light throughout the space and provides extra storage in the closet. A wood ladder makes effective use of hard-to-reach spaces above the built-in storage unit.
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.