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This Bedroom Pampers Houseguests
Who would not want to spend the night in this chic guest bedroom spotted Havenly, an online home decorating service? The glass chandelier and the mirrored end table make the small space feel both glamorous and welcoming. We also appreciate the white ceiling, which contributes to the room's bright and airy vibe.
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How to Brighten a Windowless Room With Mirrored Furniture
Trying to lighten up a windowless nook in your abode? These ideas will get the job done. Tiffany Eastman Interiors based in New York City used mirrored pieces including the trim console table on the left to brighten a home office. Strategically placed curtains fake the look of windows while keeping office storage out of sight.
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Hollywood Regency Style Rules in This Dining Room
Fans of Hollywood Regency style are swooning over this showstopping dining room by Siobhan Loates Interior Design out of London, England. The faceted mirrored edged table serves up mood lifting brilliance. We are certain Greta Garbo would approve of the mirrored accent wall with star inlay. Topping off the room is a glass chandelier that is both modern and timeless.
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Mirrored Furniture is Both Chic and Practical
In this transitional living room by the U.K. based Siobhan Loates Interior Design, a mirror-topped coffee table amplifies sunlight during the day. Against the wall is a small mirrored dresser. The chic element provides practical storage without feeling intrusive.Continue to 5 of 19 below.
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Mirrored Vanity Paired With a Chic Ghost Chair
A mirrored vanity combined with a transparent seat popularly known as an acrylic ghost chair makes the most of a tiny nook in this home by Vanillawood, a small build and design firm out of Lake Oswego, Oregon. The lamp on top of the table by House of Hampton is also acrylic. Light and airy pieces like these are perfect for small spaces because they do not hog visual space.
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Turn a Cheap Mirror Into a Stunning Focal Point
You can turn an inexpensive IKEA LANGESUND mirror (it costs less than $30!) into a dramatic piece of furniture brimming with style with this idea spotted on Swedish retailer's DIY site, Hej Magazine. The gorgeous faux watercolor project jazzes things up with glass paint.
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Distressed Mirrored Sofa Table
Do you think decorative accents get so much better with age? Then behold this distressed mirrored coffee table in a transitional space by Vanessa DeLeon Associates situated in New York City. It's aged appearance adds distinctive character to a living room filled with classic furniture.
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Make a Statement With a Mirrored Feature Wall
If you cannot find that perfect piece of mirrored furniture, consider going with a different type of reflective feature. London based interior design firm, Black and Milk, seemingly magically expanded this small apartment's square footage with a mirrored accent wall.Continue to 9 of 19 below.
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Mirrored Tables Work for a Broad Range of Decor Styles
While mirrored furniture is typically associated with Hollywood Regency style, here a pair of mirrored end tables in a room by Usona Home proves that pieces like these can feel thoroughly modern. The best part? The tables faceted yet simple shape can work for a broad range of décor styles.
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Neoclassical Bathroom With a Custom Mirrored Vanity
Las Vegas Interior designer Tara Dudley gave a client's primary bathroom a stunning neoclassical look. The icing on the cake is the white and gold mirrored vanity, which amplifies the ample space. For an added splash of luxury, the ghost chair on wheels is outfitted with a sheepskin cushion.
About This Term: Primary Bathroom
Many real estate associations, including the National Association of Home Builders, have classified the term "Master Bedroom" (or "Master Bathroom") as discriminatory. "Primary Bedroom" is the name now widely used among the real estate community and better reflects the purpose of the room.
Read more about our Diversity and Inclusion Pledge to make The Spruce a site where all feel welcome.Continue to 13 of 19 below.
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Distressed Mirrored Coffee Table in Transitional Living Room
The transitional living room in a Dallas, Texas home by Emily Johnston Interior Design includes a beautiful metal coffee table with a distressed mirrored topper. Another striking feature worth noting is the Explosion Chandelier with a brass finish by Pottery Barn in the foyer.
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Contemporary Mirrored Coffee Table
Anchoring this mostly neutral living room by Gemma Zimmerhansl Interior Design based in both London and Los Angeles is a contemporary mirrored coffee table. At night the piece bounces the light from the glass chandelier. Adding to the room's regal feeling are the purple chairs and accents pillows.
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Mirrored Furniture Fit for a Tween
One lucky tween got a bedroom makeover by Kristin Peake Interiors situated in Rockville, Maryland. The mirrored desk is a ladylike piece of furniture that the young girl can enjoy well into adulthood.Continue to 17 of 19 below.
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Contemporary Living Room With a Double Decker Mirrored Coffee Table
Here, Nicole White Designs based in Miami gives a contemporary living room with a dash of midcentury flare a room-brightening lift with a double-decker mirror coffee table.
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Make a Foyer More Welcoming With a Mirrored Table
Are you trying to make a large foyer feel more practical and inviting to boot? In this homedecorated by Canadian interior designer Erica Winterfield, a mirrored console creates a suitable landing strip for keys, glasses, and handbags.
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