I love this mirror because of its versatility. It has the capability to nestle in many different styles including traditional, modern and eclectic.
I'm drawn to the lines of this Chippendale mirror; they always catch my eye in antique stores. Rather than fussy, I view the shape as modern, simple and timeless.
Baroque gets an update with a white glossy finish, making it easy to incorporate it into a modern space.
Everyone loves bamboo! This glamorous gilded piece would be a stylish addition to any room in the house.
This is an important piece in the makings of a great entryway. Hang this over a console table and you're well on your way.
Feminine curves and a whitewash finish make this mirror a good candidate for the bath or bedroom.
This is still one of my favorite Baroque reproductions with a modern twist. This would look fantastic in a modern interior.
I love this mirror because of the classic latticework. It's a foundation piece and will never go out of style.
Black Venetian glass is starting to pop up everywhere. It's a twist on a style that has held popularity for quite some time. How about this beauty in a powder room?
I'd like to pair this with some elegant sconces in a powder room or buy another one and mount them over double vanities in a master bath.
Hang this in a clean white space with some black and white photography leaning casually against it.
This would be beautiful in a foyer with some coat hooks and a bench underneath. I love the rich, charcoal finish.
Cut glass mirrors are so beautiful and graceful. I love the custom touch they bring to a bathroom mounted over the vanity.