See your face in every surface with mirrored furniture
Mirror furniture is a matter of taste. Sometimes it looks good, but it can also be sticky. It is not easy to design a room with mirror furniture, especially if it is filled with numerous design elements and details.
Would you like to know a few secrets about the implementation of this trendy element in your interior? Follow our range of intriguing mirror furniture and find out everything you need to know about styling.
Mirrored furniture styles
Like all other furnishings, styles in design and style are strongly reflected. There are more elegant items such as this Haute House drawer and more elaborate and complicated lots.
These are more suitable for a contemporary interior, as they fit minimal and simple with the style.
More ornate designs look at home in vintage and shabby chic style. Eclectic interiors are a perfect environment for them.
However, they do not want too many accents and details around these pieces, because they compete with anything that does not play a minor role.
Although conspicuous and beautiful, some of the mirrored furniture is not practical at all. Take a desk, for example. It certainly looks impressive, but it always gets spotty if you use it every day.
If your heart is on a mirror table or a dressing table, be prepared for high maintenance or just keep it as a beautiful exhibit space.
If you do not get into the ornate mirror furniture, then maybe a subtler style is fine. Some modern mirrored designs are so thin and minimal that they are barely perceptible.
Nevertheless, they have the useful feature of improving small spaces visually.
Tinted mirror finish
One of the difficulties in designing mirrored furniture is its cold silver gloss, which does not match any color scheme. Therefore, some designers release softer, warmer mirror colors that prevent the sterile metallic mirror look.
These are best suited for neutral color schemes that are not black and white or that can be used to soften monochromatic designs.
Antiqued mirror of this Elsa mirror cabinet is both sophisticated and warm. It works well with the chocolate brown wood floors and the immaculate white walls.
Accented with an antique bronze frame, we are sure that it can penetrate into the interiors of different styles.
You will notice that many pieces of mirror stand out from the decor due to their strong metallic sheen. This could easily be solved with a softened or toned design, as designer Katty Schiebeck did in this 400 square meter apartment in Barcelona.
The sand-brown parquet matches well with the tea-tinted mirror console, which softens the glowing white wall with its darker tone.
Not all shades, however, have to be subtle. Here is a golden mirror that will attract attention. And in a good way.
The contrast between a tiled golden frame and a white linen seat is so glamorous that it’s hard to take your eyes off this thing.
Mirrored coffee tables
With all its reflective and enhancing properties, mirrored furniture can sometimes still look overwhelming. So, if you want to try it without taking the risk of overtaking your house, go with a safe bet that is a coffee table.
It’s small and will not stand out too much, even if it comes in a design as elaborate as Black Orchid London.
However, it can be as simple and small as a mirrored cube. Trendy, easy to style and probably quite affordable, a mirrored cubic coffee or side table is a perfect way to orient yourself with mirrored furniture.
It’s also a great addition to a small apartment with a tiny living area. Simple, mobile, stylish and very cool.
Tints are not the only way to ensure that your mirror furniture stays in the style of a room. Various finishes and textures that soften the sharp sheen can help you achieve a pretty sophisticated look.
Take this Duval coffee table for example. Its mirrored surface looks as if it had been dusted with sand and then wrapped in a larger table, and yet how subtle it looks.
If you’re an adventurous soul ready to jump right on this furniture trend, why not do it on a grand scale with a mirrored four-poster bed? Since the bed is a focal point of the bedroom, the mirrored finish will only make it look more impressive.
Model Kate Moss, not well known as subtle, has added such a bed to a retreat that she has collaborated with.
Not ready for such an obligation? As always there is a compromise. While the reflective metal frame is not as expensive as a mirrored one, you will still be unable to avoid those annoying fingerprints.
Ariel of made a makeover of her bedroom and added a metallic four poster bed to the interior, along with a mirror nightstand and a lucite bench. Glam, but a bit more restrained and lived.
Architect Andrew Skurman, too, went with a metal bench, paired with two mirrored bedside tables, for this bedroom in a neutral color scheme.
It must be noted that coat and mirror form a grandiose combination of luxury and glamor.
This mirrored bench is made to complement a king size bed frame with a tufted headboard and high end linens.
In addition, it adds luxury and glamor with its elaborately shaped legs and a matching tufted seat.
But does not a mirrored bank sound like a matching hallway? Think about it, a narrow, narrow space with mirrors and reflective surfaces will look much more inviting and brighter.
Although this Shilo bench has a matte silver leaf finish, it can enhance and enhance any hallway that brings light and glamor.
Mirrored consoles and side tables
Still on tiptoe to the idea of mirrored furniture? Consoles and side tables invite you to experiment. They’re also perfect for a dark, narrow hallway, tiny living rooms, and just about any other area you want to enhance.
Lizbeth Carrillo of Home & Fabulous took advantage of this ornate mirror console to complement a large white mirror in her living room and show matching lamps and a vintage phone.
One of the problems we have with bedside tables is that they often look like two foreign growths on a bed. At other times, they appear like parts of a bed. You can decide what is less appealing or opt for alternatives.
A mirrored bedside table only makes sense. It illuminates the space around the bed and brings a little glamor into the room.
A side table may not be very useful, but there is a case for its extensive decorative qualities. Above all, it makes a good bedside table. Then it could be a small detail in the living room, which is not too big, but not unnoticeable.
It’s a great item to fill an awkward corner or float your lamps. This little guy from Haute House is inconspicuous, but looks very good.
Large pieces of furniture such as sofas, dining tables, wardrobes and tall cabinets often do not come in a mirrored finish. It just is not practical. But if occasional fingerprints can not drive you crazy, why not try them?
Here is an impressive dining table in antique mirror and wood, which you can place in your formal dining room with tufted seats and large chandeliers.
Creating Haute Couture furniture in Hollywood style Haute House offers a sky-colored plush tufted sofa with mirrored handles. Sure, it’s not a conventional, all-mirrored piece, but it will definitely make a statement in any decor.
Mirror accents are also perfect for connecting to a mirrored table.
Jonathan Adler is a master of design. His entire collection of dolphins is a collection of masterpieces, much like this mirror bar that almost makes us want to drink.