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David Howell Design
Upper Eastside Townhouse
are the mirror just put next to each other there is some decoretive line conected to them
are the mirror conected
furniture in a room of white
Use of mirror here = cool
in case we want big mirrors
Antique mirror splashback
Mirror in dining room.
sitting area in bedroom
Mirror in entrance and pendant
Mirrored wall, table
mirror wall! maybe blue chairs
Flooring and mirror!
interested in the pillows also.
Mirror wall...Mirrored wall...wall of mirrors...Mirror walls...colors in the entry...Mirror on wall...Love this room...mirrored wall
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
Box light in reception desk, huge mirror
Big built in mirror in master loset
Loving this size of mirror and a width of
Entrance mirror frame?
Large mirror, lighted pony wall
Size of mirror frame
floor to ceiling mirror
Love the chunky mirror
Mirror and use of space
around mirror...Giant Mirror...Dressing room...Majlas mirror...Frame for mirror...- the mirror....Love the mirror...Huge mirror...framed mirror...oversized mirror...wall mirror...is the mirror?
Rachel Reider Interiors
Tall table for area in laundry room and decor in corner
the cool mirror and the rug look so good together. A little modern, but a good color scheme.
This is an example of curved line because the mirror design
console, mirrored angled stool, flirty curvilinear mirror, and zebra shaped rug this is. Gray and white, accented by orange in the tray and rug, make for a glamorous mix.
Faux hides. If you're like me and love the look of hide but just don't want it in your home, faux is the way to go! Jonathan Adler
with a mirror. A mirror with an interesting frame adds style and gives you a great spot to check your face before you dash out the door.
Building on the console table + mirror + decorative items formula, don't be afraid to play around with the symmetry, shapes, and textures. What a striking combination
Middleburg Design-Build Firm
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Christy Dillard Kratzer
Can you tell me how to locate this mirror?
I have Odessa Pink painted in my dining room. But I feel like I am missing some vibrant colors in the dining room. Can you please suggest a vibrant color palette to go with these Odessa Pink walls? Thank You.
purchased in Birmingham..can you tell me who the artist is and where you got it. Thank you
How far apart should the sconces be if a chest measures 42 in and a picture is 37 inches?
It would look a lot like what is featured here and they are in the process of doing our electrical now so I want to
Hello, thank you for your interest in the artwork featured in this photo. The artist name is Nina Surel and I found this piece at the Naomi Silva Gallery in Atlanta in 2006 which is no longer in business. This particular piece sold at the ASO Showhouse while
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
Modern Interior Design at the Jade Beach
project in the Jade Beach, Miami, Florida.
I would love to know where I can buy this mirror...
Are those marble floors!! Love the table!! Love the mirror!!
of the mirrored wall is also inspiring!
Mirrors in alcove in TV rm
Chandelier in the living room & I take the table & legs
This area just beyond the elevator foyer sets the tone for the entire home. "We could not have done anything less in this area," says Ronderos. "There was this huge wall, and it needed to announce the apartment in a grand way. It's also whimsical and fun."An oversize, bird's eye maple
diamond-cut mirror echoes the diamond patterns that continue throughout the home via the 36-inch by 36-inch diamond Crema Marfil tiles. Ronderos had the console table's back legs cut off so that it would appear to emerge from the frame.
attach the mirror ? did you attach mirror then frame it?
Mirror - black and white palate
love the big mirror in the entrance way. gives the illusion of more space
I like the big mirror, basket and door.
console table - Ikea; big mirror
enter — in this case the oversized mirror really has impact," she says. A Sputnik chandelier foreshadows more retro style moves in the rest of the house. Console table: Ikea; rug: Elte
heating rooms that no one uses," Meisels says. She makes the space work by having a place for everything. In the entryway she insists upon a designated place to drop bags, keys, mail, coats and shoes. A custom wardrobe by Mhouse serves as a coat closet. "At the same time I like some kind of dramatic design
Nest Design Studio
King West Bachelor Suite
wallpaper in my dining room! (Birch trees) - Dana (Leeanna and Joan's friend)
Where did you buy the mirror? I love it!
to have in my house, table, Schedule, complete as it is.Where can I order,
I like it that I can see and I want to have in my house, table, Schedule, complete as it is.Where can I order, where can I buy it?Thanks for these wonderful things so that I can see you.
Can you tell me what the mirror frame is made out of? Is it a plastic material?
Where can one buy the mirror?
paint my dining room tomorrow...love this idea
Hi Natalie!!!! I was so happy to see you here. Your work is stunning! I wish you were in NJ to help me with my new house. I keep
to come in and we chose a dark stain closer to an Ebony/Coffee kind of stain. All companies vary on their names- so that's the closest.
4. Use mirrors to create depth. This is probably the oldest trick in the decorator's
Reminds me of my Bamboo Mirror
like this mirror and mini bench
front entrance - floor patterned rug and chinoiserie mirror
nice idea for mirror and chaise in hallway or small bedroom
mirror and small bench -perfect size for my foyer
4. Use mirrors to create depth. This is probably
4. Use mirrors to create depth. This is probably the oldest trick in the decorator's book, and with good reason. Mirrors reflect light and views, standing in as extra windows and amplifying the space. Try placing a mirror in the entryway, above the mantel or anywhere it will reflect a lovely view or artwork
have the room, providing a small place to sit is another top priority.