Twinkly reflection: bask in the warm glow of the backlit Mayfair Mirror. It’s a sublime addition to a foyer or powder room.
In this hallway, you can see the chic & sophisticated decorating style from the interior designers, James Dolenc and Tom Riker — from James Thomas Chicago. The oversized mirror enhances the design idea.
The Interior Designer Jon Call showcases how to use select antique pieces as this big floor mirror and not overwhelm.
Umbra Oversize Hub Mirror: at three feet in diameter, this minimalist sphere has the power to brighten even a low-lit space.
Place a mirror opposite or next to a window to increase the amount of natural light cast into the room. A mirror will harness any daylight possible so the bigger the mirror.
Elaborate mirror with candle holder made with vintage jewelry and Swarovski crystals. This one-of-a-kind piece is completely adorned with blinged out by Douglas Cloutier.
Placing a full-length mirror in the entranceway would give the illusion of a bigger, grander space instantly. Opt to place the mirror against a wall right in front of the doorway for the desired impact.
Almost impossible do not fall in love with this master bedroom. It’s serene and comfortable and the perfect place to catch some shut-eye after a long day’s work.
On this wall, a collection of dog prints are grouped together around a large mirror, and while they aren’t perfectly symmetrical, there’s a balance to them. To create this balance, you can put a large gourd lamp right up against the wall.