Guest Picks: A Touch of Silver
When we upholster a couch in a fabulous fabric, we want to see it. This open-legged side table is ideal for that morning cup of coffee beside a living room couch, as it won't block the pattern.
We'd love to set our martinis on this gorgeous table! It would also be perfect for a stack of books beside a corner chaise.
Just like a favorite bracelet, some accessories are made for every day. We'd put this tray on an ottoman for serving guests at a moment's notice.
Leather is common in chairs and coats, but it's really something special on a mirror. The heavy fabric paired with a light color is the ideal compromise between feminine and masculine. We think it would be a fitting focal point in a master bedroom.
Throw pillows are so easy to change to create any mood. We love the sophistication and shine of these so much that we think we'd keep them out all the time.
Some mirrors, like this Oakley piece, simply demand that you look at them. With this mirror in your half bath, guests will be so amazed by the art that they'll forget to check their lipstick.
For those times when a mirror needs to be more art and less reflection, a sunburst is a fantastic choice. We think we'd use this one for a look less ordinary over a bed.
For a room that needs extra light, this quatrefoil mirror adds reflection in droves with a subtle amount of shine. We'd use it in a master bath.
We adore a pendant over a kitchen island. These beauties would coordinate with a stainless design scheme while adding depth and texture.
For a fun element in a masculine den, add a little shine. We love the tailored shape and Greek key design of this piece and can see it over a mantel.
Some serving pieces are a dime a dozen, but not this tray. Filled with crackers or cream puffs, it's as delicious as the food inside.
A bedroom chest just calls for a fantastic mirror hanging over it. We adore this choice for a hint of silver without too much sparkle.
Even in the most formal room, we love using a small accent table that makes an unexpected statement. We'd use this piece beside a formal French chair for a fun contrast.
A hurricane is a hurricane is a hurricane — unless it isn't. This chain hurricane is a far departure from plain glass, and it will add pizzazz to the mantel.
Displaying those treasures from far and near doesn't have to be boring. For a living room that shines, display your finds on an étagère that's as special as they are.
It's time to throw out that old wedding set. Salt and pepper shakers are some of the most-used, most-viewed objects in our kitchens, so why not shake in style? This pair is like table jewelry.
We think these bowls would be even more beautiful filled with our favorite snacks. Plus, the high sides keep spills at bay, making them the right serving pieces for upholstered rooms that can't take a mess.
The pattern in this vase adds loads of style. We'd keep it filled with fresh flowers on the kitchen counter. What a great way to start the day!
If your sideboard seems a little tired, why not try a scintillating bar cart in your dining room? A hint of shine adds elegance to any decor.
Some lighting is made to fade into the background, while other fixtures are statements in and of themselves. We would hang this one in an entrance hall for an unexpected — but no less eye-catching — alternative to a crystal chandelier.Next: Silver Splashes Add Dash to Rooms