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Which home inspiration ideas are you looking for right now? The design, the furniture, the color and all the accessories, everything must be in good combination for creating a perfect home decor. When it comes to home accessories in the living room, dining room, bathroom, dressing room or bedroom, there are some of them that can totally transform a place and give it a special charm, warmth and bright decorative accent, like wall round mirrors!
We already know that how magical the right mirror can be and it can add space and depth to a room, but keep in mind that when used well it can also makes a color reflection, emphasis and intrigue. How to decorate with round mirrors that can be integrated into any living room interior style?
A guest room in Marshcourt, a historic English estate decorated by Robert Couturier, features a ’40s mirror by FontanaArte and curtains of a brocade by Christopher Hyland.
Designer Paul Vincent Wiseman of the Wiseman Group arranged Ralph Pucci sofas back to back in the living room of a Napa Valley home. The Maison Jansen low tables are vintage, and the silk carpet is by Mansour Modern. Vintage Italian mirrors and Han dynasty amphoras flank the fireplace.
In his São Paulo home, architect Jorge Elias designed the twin four-posters for his daughter’s room; the Indian coverlets are from Jorge Elias Boutique.
Designer Penny Drue Baird gave a Hamptons living room a neoclassical-style fireplace and covered the ceiling in grass cloth; the mirrors are from John Salibello Antiques, and the light fixture is from Carlos de la Puente Antiques.
Designed and handcrafted for a sense of disorder, BOCA DO LOBO’s Glance luxury mirror seeks to spark a new sense of perspective and meaning.
Complementary mirrors by India Mahdavi hang above the master bath’s custom-made double vanity, which is sheathed in marble and equipped with drawer pulls by Ted Muehling for E. R. Butler & Co.
In a Boston home, curtains fashioned of a Brunschwig & Fils satin grace a master bath; the mirror is vintage FontanaArte, and the sculptural lamps are 1960s Venini from Dana John.
Barn-style doors lead to the guest bath of an Atlanta home, where RH mirrors flank a sconce from Circa Lighting.
RÊVE mirror is an invitation to dream. A black matte mirror with a high gloss interior mixing gold, bronze or any color you want. A must-have fashion home inspiration ideas accessory by Koket.
In a guest room at a Palm Beach home’s pavilion, a Gracie wallpaper provides a chinoiserie note. The chandelier is by Vaughan, the John Rosselli & Assoc. bed is dressed in D. Porthault linens, the mirrored bedside cabinets are by Nancy Corzine, and the pagoda lamp is from C. Bell.
In a New York master bath, peachy Venetian-plaster walls serve as the backdrop for a Michael Beatty wall-mounted sculpture and a circular work on paper by Christopher Tanner.
In the Manhattan living room of fashion publicist Ed Filipowski and Barneys New York CEO Mark Lee, the cocktail tables—two made from slabs of selenite from Blackman Cruz, one made of teak—feature chrome bases.
From the legend born in the depths of Sherwood Forest, ROBIN luxury hanging mirror embodies the strength and character of noble ages, giving them a modern approach.
The office of a New York townhouse showcases a Gino Sarfatti light fixture, Jean Prouvé desk, and Finn Juhl chair; the mirrors are by Line Vautrin, the artworks are by Cy Twombly (left) and Jean Dubuffet, and the banquette cushions are clad in a Great Plains fabric.
In the powder room of a beach house in Mexico by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, the Poillerat-style stool is draped in a vintage Moroccan fabric; the wallpaper is by Larsen.
STELLA is a fashion mirror with an unique design presenting a flawless mirror glass and an exotic floral frame. Stella brings elegance to your home furniture.
Silver-plate sconces from Remains Lighting flank the fireplace in the living room of a Long Island home designed by Mariette Himes Gomez; the cocktail table is by Holly Hunt.
A fireplace occupies one end of the family room in a Malibu home; nights there get chilly.
Architect John B. Murray designed new floor-to-ceiling built-in bookshelves for the library of designer Elissa Cullman’s Manhattan duplex. The fire surround and crown molding are original to the 1929 Rosario Candela–designed building, and the Polish brass chandelier is circa 1830.
IRIS wall hanging round mirror by BRABBU reflects a set of emotions in a modern home decor.
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