Two white vessel sinks with contemporary faucets are positioned beneath rustic mirrors. Natural light streams in through the mirror, which offers great illumination to anyone preparing for the day while using the vanity stool.
The natural wood wall is a beautiful backdrop for this cute yet masculine boy's nursery. A rustic octagonal mirror adds another natural texture while decorating the space. A giraffe serves as a fun and unique base for the mounted sconce. A view of the bright green dresser adds bold color to the design.
So as not to block views from the kitchen, the dining room's host and hostess chairs were relocated to the living room where they carve out a seating area next to an oversized floor mirror constructed from reclaimed wood.
A small countertop in a guest bathroom is an opportunity to use remnant pieces, achieving high style with huge savings. Austin Lineberry, owner of New River Building Co., did just that to save money per square foot on this granite counter. The gorgeous gray tile complements the counter and looks more expensive than it was, because it was stock glass tile from a home improvement store.
This lovely but rustic bathroom, featured on the HGTV seriesRun My Makeover, presents an old-world sensibility with its beadboard vanity cabinet, frosted glass panes and the shape and style of the vanity mirror. The light taupe and cream color scheme helps reinforce the bathroom's soft and relaxing feel.
This charming home is set up in a refurbished blacksmith shop and incorporates many of the space's original details. Here, one of the window frames is repurposed as a bathroom mirror; the vanity was built from the shop's bench.
Designer Tyler Karu added a bright paint stripe on the brick wall so that the exposed brick doesn't feel too overwhelming. The rustic mirror is from Portland Architectural Salvage, and he chose a marble subway tile from Home Depot for the backsplash.