A large wall mirror visually expands the room and provides a way to make sure the exercises are being done correctly, while also reflecting the graphic mural that provides movement to the large opposite wall.
The master bath includes a tabletop magnifying mirror that lights up when approached, simulating natural light with full color variation for flawless makeup application. The open doorway to the right of the shower offers a view into the attached master closet.
To make a spatially challenged dining spot feel larger and brighter, consider hanging an oversized mirror above the sideboard or directly across from any windows. This will help bounce light around the room, create the illusion of more space, and also help capitalize on any exterior views.
Try sticking with a sideboard that includes concealed storage and open storage. This will allow you to keep clutter tucked away while also allowing easy access to everyday items like placemats and napkins.
A stunning, repurposed antique vanity with a new marble top and backsplash wows in this sophisticated powder room. The mirror is a reproduction while the crystal sconces are vintage. A stone mosaic floor and subtle damask wallpaper conveys the classic, antique impression throughout the room.
Add buffet style entertaining to your outdoor space with a repurposed dresser and mirror set turned into a sideboard. This old wooden dresser and attached vanity mirror were updated with mint green exterior paint, and the mirror was swapped with pegboard to keep essentials within arm's reach.
A gold mirror adds a reflective touch over the vanity in this small bathroom. A framed graphic owl picture compliments the style of the graphic pattern on the gray and white wallpaper. A small vase of yellow flowers adds a touch of color and sweetness to the crisp design.
A simple swap of drapery turns the space from bright and dainty to cool and calming. To outfit the same space as a home gym, a cushier rug was added along with a collapsible side table perfect for keeping workout routines front and center while a full-length mirror lets homeowners keep an eye on their form.
Most designers prefer to stay consistent with metal finishes in dining rooms, from the hardware and lighting and down to the flatware on the table. While stainless steel and pewter have remained the most popular choice nationwide, antique brass is a more unique yet classic and timeless option. In this dining room, brass was used on the chandelier, the Brutalist mirror sculpture and in the framing of the children’s art.
Collapsible leaf tables are excellent for versatile rooms. When the area is in use as a home gym, the leaves are kept up to offer a spot to cool down post-workout and review routines and progress on a tablet. Stackable chairs allow seating to be stored away when the space is not in use. Lastly, a full length mirror in the corner allows for keeping an eye on proper form.
A framed TV that looks like a mirror when off sits above the bedroom's see-through fireplace. "I think more and more people are trying to make their bedroom a respite, and you want the TV there when you want it but you don't want it when you don't want it," says tech expert Carley Knobloch. "This is a really nice solution where it kind of disappears."