An arched, coffered ceiling adds rich architectural interest overhead in this decadent living space, part of The Beverly House, a luxurious Mediterranean-style home located at the heart of Beverly Hills. No surface in the space is unadorned, from the striped wall covering to the ornate wall mirrors to the stained glass panels that draw the eye through the long room to the window and grounds beyond. Multiple seating areas provide ample space for party guests to gather for conversation.
A trio of gold containers pop against the white walls of this room and add shine and flair to the design. The metallic finish is a nice contrast to the surrounding satin finishes. A white faux-wood mirror frame and two-toned curtains frame the shelf display with added texture and color.
Clean modern forms are the defining element in this room, with a sleek sectional and hot pink armchairs. The brightly colored Ikat-patterned rug was the inspiration for the palette which includes pink, yellow and blue. The focal fireplace wall features a gray-and-white faux finish and a large round nickel framed mirror over the mantel.
This modern master bathroom features a mix of stone surfaces for a polished finish. Ocean blue travertine walls, fusion quartzite counters and seagrass limestone flooring create a sharp, geometrical look with calming neutral colors. A large vanity mirror and glass enclosed shower keep the room feeling open and spacious. Floating wood shelves stack beside the bathtub for easy and organized storage.
Mosaic tile creates a contrasting grid pattern for a striking floor in this Art Deco bathroom. Marble tiles are used on the walls for sophisticated, monochromatic look, while white sinks keep the space light and airy. Metallics, from the brass light fixtures and mirrors to the gold faucets and plumbing, bring an updated vintage feel to the space.
A silver, white and cream color palette lends a glamorous yet soothing look to the hall bathroom of HGTV Green Home 2011, which features quartz countertops and a silver-leafed mirror. A shower curtain, custom-made for the space, hangs from the top of the wall to showcase the floor-to-ceiling bathtub surround and emphasize the 9-foot ceiling.
Clean modern forms are the defining element in this room, with a sleek sectional and Milo Baughman-inspired chairs combined with minimalist white cabinetry. The brightly colored Ikat-patterned rug was the inspiration for the palette which includes pink, yellow and blue. The focal fireplace wall has a gray-and-white faux finish and a large round nickel-framed mirror over the mantel.
A wooden coffee table includes a folding element that opens to create a larger table and store a vintage suitcase underneath, adding to the global feel of the living room. Bright, patterned throw pillows add a pop of color to the black chenille sofa, while a round mirror is positioned on the exposed brick wall.
Designer Cecilie Starin repurposed spray paint cans used by muralist Ian Ross, whose work is displayed on the San Francisco Decorators Showcase 2015 dining room's walls. The cans serve as colorful art installations and can be easily moved around within the installations. The urban design is juxtaposed by a Louis XVI mirror hung over the black marble fireplace.
Inside this spacious, opulent nursery, heavy lavender draperies partially cover a pair of glass doors and hang on the wall behind an ornate crib with gold accents. An embellished white bureau, also with gold accents, is angled in one corner of the room. A sparkling chandelier and vintage floor-length mirror offer added glamor to this luxurious room.
Sunny Side Up - If you thrive on sunshine, your bedroom should be bright and airy. Sheer curtains let in lots of natural light, and the addition of a mirror will help make your room even brighter. Stick with a wall color that’s light and refreshing to ensure you’ll always wake up to a welcoming sight.
This modern black and white bathroom is truly luxurious. The brass faucets, drawer handles and mirror frames provide a touch of opulence. The black honeycomb tile floor is echoed in the glass-walled walk-in shower. A double vanity provides sleek symmetry. But the true star is a stunning black and white freestanding soaking tub, a gorgeous spot to let the day's stresses soak away.
As seen on Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna maximized the space in this master bathroom by adding a raised cabinet between the space's twin sinks. A large mirror with unique lamps help to reflect the natural light let into the space by the windows on the opposite wall. This makes the bathroom feel lighter, brighter and more open.
An arts and crafts-style vanity is paired with intricate mirrors and shaded sconces to create a bathroom with bohemian appeal. The tile mimics the design of a two-tone hardwood flooring inlay used elsewhere in the home. The glass shower creates a spacious look. The marble tile of the flooring continues to the walls of the shower and bathtub.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, this once cramped and dated kitchen is now a bright and modern cooking and entertaining space. Sarah removed a wall to open the kitchen up to the dining/living room and added plenty of cabinets for much needed storage. For an even more open feel, a large mirror was hung to reflect the space's gorgeous natural light.
Stunning in every detail this Victorian-inspired dining hall is sure to captivate your guests. The side serving bar is paired wonderfully with a large mirror that highlights the gorgeous chandelier and ornate wood fireplace from every view. The blue floral wallpaper softens the walls while the elaborate wainscot adds dynamic dimension to the ceiling.
A wooden and metal dining table rests in the center of a modern farmhouse dining room. White armchairs flank it along with an industrial gray and metal seat. Above is a coral-like chandelier. A modern living room is filled with gray furniture and a shiplap-inspired wall. A sunbeam mirror rests above a table with a white orchid and decorative bowls.
A collection of decorative patterned tiles covers this countertop creating a colorful and exciting look. A single row of green tiles extend up the wall to transition the countertop to the wood framed mirror above and create a bold border. A traditional white sink allows the countertop design to be the star of the space.