1,481 lighting and mirrors Modern Entry Design Photos

Horton & Co. Designers
1 Review
Kingsford House
Ideabooks355
Questions1
Love the mirror, where did you get it?
2. Be unique and creativeMake your front entrance unique and be creative – use a colourful doormat, introduce plants, lights, paintings, mirrors, and so on.
Console table, mirror is ugly
“Blue stool” — eshevchuk
2to5design
2 Reviews
Residential Work
Ideabooks1,323
Questions5
where did you get your mirror? love it!
It's the Eagan Multipanel Large Mirror from Pottery Barn.
There are so many great design resources in Chicago! The mirror is actually an older purchase from Pottery Barn. Have a great trip!
window like mirror in bathroom or closet.
Pew with giant mirror in locker bumpout. Cool
Eagan mirror from PB looks so good in this space
Entry - mirror, bench, umbrella stand
“Eagan mirror from PB looks so good in this space” — whateverislovely
Culbertson Durst Interiors
38 Reviews
Miami Modern
Ideabooks5,939
Questions10
Looking for that entry mirror in Toronto, pls advice.
Love the light over table. Where can I find it?
Where can I find the light over the table
Anyone find a source for the light?
i am interested in the light also
Hi, thanks for your interest. The mirror has been discontinued by the manufacturer, sorry.
ed would like this one and i think that if you used glass that was not see through that you would get a good amount of light
Beautiful doors and mirror maybe not in
“Table” — kristiallen2424
Terrat Elms Interior Design
5 Reviews
The Clarendon - Modern
Ideabooks822
Questions4
Hi, do you recall where the light fixture was purchased or the make. Thank you.
The mirror is from Williams-Sonoma Home. I'm not sure if it is part of their current collection.
Where can i purchase the mirror?
table with mirror and sconce
Fantastic entry...especially like mirror.
Round mirror hanging
Light Fixture...recessed lighting...round hung mirror...round mirror...light brown wall...Light Hardwood...lights for mantel...The light.
“yellow” — merrill320
Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Tyrol Hills Modern
Ideabooks8,077
Questions9
Who makes these mirrors and where can I find them?
currently use it as an office but might turn into a 3rd bedroom in the future). If I use this idea of putting glass on top of the sliding door for light to infiltrate the entry, isn't it hard to clean? I'm just considering the post work. Any other suggestions?
Large with light and built in storage
I like the glass on the opposing wall to the door. It let's the light through. Could they apply this?
placement of art, lights & bench
gray tile, light grout, meets wood
Love the Art work and lighting
“closet doors” — Catherine Kasparian
Lisa Ferguson Interior Design
8 Reviews
Rosedale
Ideabooks1,056
Questions3
Love the mirror, can you tell me where you purchased it?
love the mirror and pretty cushion
mirror is like the one I bought $95
Love the grey silvery tones, well-done wainscoting and the elegant mirror.
itself — note the pattern matching. The legs of bench allow the stunning floor to show and makes room for guest to leave their shoes. The silver leaf mirror's shape, period and style offers a gorgeous contrast to rectilinear lines of the bench. Last, a glass drop chandelier adds glam to this small space
“bench” — jhuwar
Wanda Ely Architect Inc.
4 Reviews
St Clarens renovation
Ideabooks897
Questions2
Mirror on side entry wall surrounded by tiles
mirror wall at the bottom of the stairs
exposed ceiling, maybe mirror at base of stairs
maybe a touch too light/yellow
Floor to ceiling mirror
Mirror and glass stairs
Mirrored wall...light in the stairs...full length mirror...pendant light
“Pool house interior” — brettweir
Rariden Schumacher Mio & Co.
1 Review
Foyer
Ideabooks807
Questions1
the cabinets. With lighting on top of the cases, one could even create the illusion of a window on top. Have the blinds small so that one blind covers 1-2 cases so you don't need to open 9+ feet to get to that thing you want.
Panels to let some light through.
Hallway mirror + vase + accessories
Mirror above console table
mirror and plant entry
Table mirror and flowers
foyer mirror
“Side table” — goosechickens
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