Heather Hogan Roberts, an interior designer, pulled books from the homeowner’s collection and arranged them by color. A pair of blue milk glass urns, from an Atlanta consignment shop for $4, are so pretty that they can be used empty.
The downstairs dining room of this Point Lorna, California, villa home capitalizes on its high ceilings with the use of tall budding branches which tower above a round aqua blue glass dining table. Cushioned dining chairs feature woven seat backs which complement the texture of the space's architectural details including the stair's railing, stone wall trimming, and an earth toned stone pillar.
A clever way to decorate a mantel combines hanging a mirror, then leaning a clock with an interesting face against it, like Michelle Mentzer of Miles Design Group did in this metro Atlanta home. To get a steal on vintage mirrors and clocks, hunt through ones that are stacked up at flea markets and antique stores, or booths at local antiques stores frequently drop prices on all items by 20 percent or more.
Unique features such as this glass fireplace that's open on two sides create a home that's interesting and rich. Tone-on-tone textures -- seen here in the painted, bricked wall -- bring depth without creating a busy-feeling space.
A textured neutral paint adds subtle texture to create depth in the design of this small bathroom. Using a small vanity table leaves as much space available as possible in the room. A glass vessel sink blends beautifully with the glass tabletop while a built in shelf below provides storage space. A wood mirror and mounted sconce finish the vanity set up.
A wood frame and rope boarder give this circular mirror a nautical finish perfect for a coastal theme. The turquoise bed side table adds a bright and pleasing accent color against the white and pastel yellow wall. A wicker headboard contributes texture to the sunny space.
This midcentury modern living room features a large round mirror, a wagon wheel chandelier, a faux animal skin rug, two leather-and-wood armchairs, and a metal-and-glass coffee table with matching console table.
This chic Upper East Side kitchen features a simple white and gray color palette with sleek metallic accents, like the stainless steel appliances and round mirror next to the dining table. Lucite stools are positioned at the extended kitchen countertop, while two glass pendant lights are positioned overhead.
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.
This inviting foyer features a black metal spiral staircase with matching railing and wood stair treads. A glass hexagon chandelier is positioned above a round mirrored glass table with potted flowers. A black dyed cowhide rug finishes off the look of the space.
Reclaimed wood posts attached to hefty round stones make for a unique, artistic coffee table. A rough-hewn entry table and mirror mimic the rustic features of the coffee table. Beach grass overflows out of a glass vase to soften the weathered wood elements.