Posts tagged mirrors
Posts tagged mirrors
Classy and classic bathroom
Decorating with vintage components: An older French Rococo style gilded mirror and a circa 1920s-1930s jade glass hanging lamp add elegance and interest to this hallway area
(via Elad Gonen & Zeev Beech)
Bright and eclectic decor, with a terrific gilded sunburst mirror
(via Caitlin Wilson)
A room of marble flooring and mirrors is dominated by an incredible hand-painted antique shell-shaped bedframe
Room with an incredible mirror
Fantastic living room with a large, circular crystal chandelier and low-backed sofa
(via nest egg: February 2011)
A modern and classy dining room, done in black, with white, wood, and silver accents. That sunburst mirror is fabulous!
Contemporary furniture - blue velvet chairs, a crystal bowl chandelier - pairs nicely with a traditional dining room space, which features original wood herringbone floors, high moulded ceilings, and a wall inset with an old mirror.
Lovely and enchanting feminine bedroom with a vintage mirror used as a headboard serving as the focal point of the room
Lovely living room with gilded French side chairs and ornate vintage Venetian glass mirrors
Inside an antique Beaux-Arts style building (circa 1913), this San Francisco bathroom shows beautiful attention to details with inset marble tile mosaic, luxurious draperies framing (and occasionally concealing) the bathtub, and a built-in dressing room nook featuring furniture covered with silver mirrors.
This sweet, vintage-style black and white bathroom was created from a former closet space. Charming details include the honeycomb mosaic tile floor, genuine vintage porcelain pedestal sink, ruffled shower curtain, and mirror with mother-of-pearl inlay on the frame.
Bathroom in silver! This white bathroom with dark wood floors get a bright shine from an antique Venetian glass mirror, and chrome-plated, free-standing bathtub
Love this delightful entryway with an old bench and huge wall mirror
(via Two Story Cottage)
Wonderful vignette with a fireplace, antique mirror above the mantel, and a Louis XVIII French bench
(via French bench)