This eclectic hallway featured in LivingEtc casually displays accents and artwork on the floor and walls. Because of the polished concrete floors, this home has the perfect museum-like qualities perfect for random collections with unique presentations. It is very important to note that when leaning floor mirrors in high traffic areas you should always use safety wall fasteners.
This oversized dining room mirror looks to have been custom framed or finished in the same material as the dining table and chair legs. The color scheme is very subdued, but designer Patricia Gray other touches of detail create interest and balance that so beautifully reflect in the mirror. As you can see, the mirror allows the cove-lit tray ceiling to double in size, as well as reflect the textured details in the metallic drapery and layered crystal light fixture.
This unique mirror by Graham and Green is trimmed in an antiqued gold finish. Placement in the corner by the window scatters the natural light around the room and reflects the light from the floor lamp light in the evenings.
These square cut mirror panels offer amazing light reflection, but they also seem to give off their own imperfect texture as well. Because of the visible seams between each panel we can see a somewhat distorted reflection of the room behind us, without loosing the interesting details within the furniture and accessories.
This oversized ornate bathroom mirror marries the streamline ultra-contemporary bathtub and epoxy floors with the baroque wall paneling. A match made in (glowing white) bathroom heaven.
This petite living room featured in House and Home strategically positions the floor mirror inbetween the radiator and hallway opening. This placement allows the mirror to reflect the opposite end of the living room to enhance and expand the soft look and feel of the decor.