When Lance Jackson and David Ecton with Parker Kennedy Living saw this French mirror in their client's master bedroom, they knew it had to fill the expansive space above the fireplace and wood mantel. "We moved it because the ceilings were so high. I wanted it to be a statement piece in that room," says Jackson, co-founder of the Atlanta interior design firm. Both the mirror and the framed art, also from the homeowner's collection and previously elsewhere, are good examples of how to reuse existing items in interesting ways. Consider using an oversized dramatic mirror with a petite painting or photo.
A large oval shaped mirror with distressed wood frame and beveled glass sits above the vanity in this well-detailed powder room with an easy eclectic style. The light green custom vanity includes a shaker-style, two-piece cabinet and a striking cast bronze under-mount sink.
Designer Genevieve Gorder converted the former living room in the adjacent apartment into a luxurious master suite that includes antique wood doors imported from Morocco and a marble fireplace. Two upholstered armchairs frame the stunning fireplace area with a large mirror over the mantel, creating a beautiful sitting area.
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.
This sweet nursery for singer Nick Carter's son features a neutral dresser with a changing station on top and a large round mirror above. A brown and neutral wooden crib provides a mid-century modern vibe, while light fixtures framing the baby's name add an industrial touch.
Flat panel wooden drawers float above graphic, black and white floor tile in this eclectic bathroom. A round, black frame mirror looks sleek and contemporary against the classic subway tile backsplash. The vintage light fixture adds character while staying true to the minimalistic aesthetic of the space.
Opposite the mirror vignette, a gallery wall of framed art, including prints from Georgia O’Keeffe alongside some of Matthew’s photography work, sits above a beautiful vintage credenza. As a DIY moment, Amy added brass knobs to the honey wood credenza. Changing the knobs is one of her favorite secrets for transforming vintage pieces for a modern space.
Intricate pattern and interesting textures give character to this elegant formal dining room, part of a luxury Beverly Hills Mediterranean estate. Mirrored walls are framed with graphic patterns that play off the terra cotta tile floors. Rich, earthy hues in the wall treatments and flooring continue onto the furnishings. A wooden door panel features heavy carving, part of the rich detail that comprises the interior of this elegant home.
This bedroom design by Vanessa Helmick uses eclectic and coastal decor to provide a rustic feel. The distressed and whitewashed frame on the full-length mirror and planter of reclaimed wood help reinforce the casual and comfortable ambiance. A potted orchid, seashells and coral fans provide accents to complement the theme.
This eclectic entryway features bold black and white stripes on the walls, a Victorian gilded mirror, antique wall-mounted lighting and a glass table seated on repurposed molding. Mismatched frames and a rustic wooden bowl create an inviting personality in the space.
A playful brown floral wallpaper with subtle chartreuse accents creates a beautiful hallway design. A custom round mirror with a large hammered metal frame hangs above the wood credenza, reflecting light throughout the neutral transitional space. A white flower display mimics the floral wallpaper for a fresh, cohesive style.
A brick driveway adds texture leading up to the smooth front exterior of the home. Potted trees and mirrored garden sections frame the way to the arched wood front doors. Above the door, columns support the covered balcony. Exterior lighting illuminated both stories for a warm finish.
The powder room’s white pedestal sink has a deep V-shaped basin and a contemporary style. It’s paired with a mirror that has a linen white wood frame with a catalyzed conversion varnish that offers a durable moisture-resistant finish.
Stacked wood shelves shine against the white walls of the bathroom vanity. A stainless steel faucet mounted just below the gray floral mirror frame pours into a white, rectangular vessel sink. A gray patterned wallpaper creates an accent wall look in the connected toilet room.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 15 square feet from the adjacent guest bedroom to carve out space for this chic bathroom vanity. To give the room a first class feel, Sarah added a large silver-framed round mirror, a mosaic tile backsplash and a floating, custom-built wood cabinet with plenty of extra storage.
A gold splatter paint effect on the accent mirror wall compliments the metallic doors on the contemporary buffet fitted into this nook. The wood frame of the buffet offers a warmth against the gray and metallic finishes. A table lamp and red glass bottles decorate the countertop.
Chip and Joanna Gaines decked out this master bathroom with new gray paint and a shiplap accent wall on HGTV's Fixer Upper. A large mirror is framed with wood that matches the accent wall, and a modern light fixture illuminates his and a hers vanity with a marble countertop and rectangular vessel sinks. The original claw foot tub was kept and refinished, and new tile flooring installed.
A sturdy, traditional wood vanity features a large mirror section and built in glass door cabinets over a yellow toned countertop. White wall tile frames the glass door of the walk in shower. Interior white tile is livened with a quilted pattern on the lower half below gold molding.