This beautiful piece is a mirror, table and coat rack all in one! Pegs at the end of each starburst make a handy place to store bags, hats, scarves and more. Loops on either side of the tabletop corral tall umbrellas.
A natural palette and simple design are the perfect details to create this country design. Natural wood frames the large mirror which is a beautiful and subtle contrast to the more polished cabinet wood. A white marble countertop, white marble tile flooring and white crown molding add light to the beige walls and wood details.
A chipped plaster bust paired with a timeworn mirror creates a dynamic juxtaposition in this pale living space. Despite the antique decor, the neutral wall color and minimalist approach to accessories are hallmarks of transitional design.
The best use of light and angles is implemented in this neutral attic bathroom by designer Robert Keijdan. A dark brown wood-framed mirror hangs over a freestanding antique white vanity, while a simple modern light fixture hangs above the mirror.
This master bathroom features all-over neutral tones, giving it a light and airy feel. The vanity boasts ivory slatted front cabinets paired with a sand-like countertop, while a wall-to-wall wood framed mirror gives the space a larger appearance. Matching brushed bronze sconces flank the mirror.
Call it a mirrored mirror -- this mirror within a double frame of mirrored tiles edged in wood reflects nicely on an artistic lamp with rectangular white shade on a marble-topped vintage wood credenza. A striped throw, in colors to match the wall art, in a woven basket puts coziness at easy access.
A short privacy wall creates an enclosure for the toilet and separates it from the glass enclosed shower. A geometric accent pattern in the shower is echoed at the vanity between the dark stone countertop and the thick wooden frame of the mirror.
The ornate wooden frame is a real show-stopper in this crisp room with white walls. The frame surrounds a mirror that reflects the sitting area and art in the living room. A low, fabric-covered bench provides extra seating room in the clean space.