14,043 mercury glass Dining Design Photos

Jennifer Grey Interiors
4 Reviews
The Old Painted Cottage
cardamom, cassia and cinnamon, placed in a glass vase or a deep bowl to discourage guests from messing with the potent arrangement.
simple christmas decoration with mercury glass votives and mercury glass bird and pinecones
make your own mercury glass with cheap
mercury glass and pinecones on silver tray or mirror
browns & greys with mercury silver and pewter
cheap glass and looking glass spray paint
palette for a collection that hangs together. Silver paired with mercury glass, and white with wood, are two foolproof combinations.
A Thanksgiving centerpiece doesn't have to be in bloom. Here, an antique pewter tray and mercury glass figures surrounded by pinecones twists traditions.
The silver-painted pine cone makes this arrangement; it's the bridge between the mercury glass and the wood tones. Spin this idea in any direction. For example, a coat of bright lacquer would make pine cones pop in a contemporary setting.
“Centerpiece” — bsheely
Eclectic Dining Room
white, silver, mirrors, and glass a winning
white hair, while shimmering silver and mercury glass accents will help you look luminous.
Theme your displayThis simple technique is a great way to bring a sense of style and order to your mantelpiece. Decide that you will only display one style or material: glass, or white china, or wooden pieces or
“Pretty for a mantel.” — lsheridan
Alice Lane Home Collection
4 Reviews
Private Residence
mercury glass and silver and glass feels relaxing
rough table with chairs; mercury glass
love the crystal and mercury glass
Love the mercury glass décor on the table!
simple dining room mercury glass centerpiece
Traditional. Bring mercury glass back to its traditional roots with elegant urns and vases in a dining room. With the crystal chandelier, herringbone floor and worn dining wood table, this room is full of old-world charm.
“Floor” — andreawise
Dwelling Designs
7 Reviews
Glamour Home
collection of mercury objects...
Mercury glass collection
love the mercury glass candelabras.
Mix of mercury glass
“Center piece” — Kristen Bleakley
Janet Paik
Jr. League San Mateo House
Table decor using tiny cypress trees with mercury glass trees & dark silk balls on mercury glass
deep purple silk flower balls in mercury glass vases from Crate & Barrel
ornaments to be reused. Custom acrylic ornaments are also found hanging on the tree and as accents around the house. Mercury glass hurricanes: Raj, Crate & Barrel; silver glass trees: Paz, CB2
To create the tablescape, Angus and Martinez rested deep purple silk flower balls from the San Francisco Flower Market on mercury glass vases from Crate & Barrel. The metallic placemats are made of cut safety paper from Tap Plastics. On each table setting is a napkin wrapped with a hot-pink personalized
“modern christmas party” — honeygirl25
CWB Architects
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The dining room was completed during the second architectural phase; it adjoins the kitchen. The mercury glass mirrored niche creates the illusion of a larger space and reflects the green of the garden. The mirror-fronted buffet enhances the effect. The silver chandelier is Spanish and the floors are
cabinet is vintage from a dealer in Florida and the antiqued mirror surround behind the cabinet are custom cut and installed panels by Stanley Schoen Glass here in New York.
mercury mirror--add to your glass door in din room?
Small space mercury glass good 7dea
Another beautiful dining room aglow in silver...from the mercury glass niche wall to the beautiful Spanish silver chandelier. I have a feeling this photo doesn't begin to do this room justice. It must be a truly amazing
“Mirror” — mb011b
7 Reviews
Dining Room
er rugs, matchstick blinds and nubby linen upholstery fabric all bring interest. But adding something smooth and shiny is important, too — try mercury glass or platinum or mirrored finishes.
Doors with glass on top
“Bev's familyroom” — tinkerbelltoes
Lizette Marie Interior Design
2 Reviews
Willow Glen Residence
all about contrast." "We have the rigidity of right angles against the organic quality of a massive slab of suar wood," she says. "Mercury glass was the first form of glass used as an artistic expression versus a utilitarian product, which makes for an interesting pair with a chandelier based on the design
“Design” — kbelshe
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