Elegant simplicity describes this high-rise apartment. A custom cornice and drapery panels frame the large window and soften the room. Subtle metallic accents and reflective surfaces are the perfect finishing touch.
The timeworn look of mercury glass jars adds an elegant sparkle to this room. "When you have a monochromatic experience you have to have tons of reflective surfaces," says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
A brown and white color palette warms up this luxurious modern bathroom, including a brown shower backsplash and gorgeous white marble sink. Mirrors and glass offer up multiple reflective surfaces, visually widening the space.
To help connect the beach cottage's interior with its waterfront location, designers incorporated organic textures and sea-inspired colors. New windows and skylights fill the rooms with natural light that bounces off the reflective surfaces.
A mirrored console table makes an easy transition between the dining table and the seating area in the room's open concept layout. The reflective surface keeps sightlines clear in the overall look, instead being a blocky boundary.
This pretty kitchen has a galley layout, but it's wide which keeps the space from feeling cramped. Crisp white cabinets and reflective surfaces like the stainless refrigerator and pendants contribute to the room's open and bright look.
A white table tucks perfectly into this cozy space, with the addition of a mirror, makes an ideal conversation piece. The pair of lamps and glass decor with the reflective surface is perfect for this living room vignette.