Mirror, mirror on the wall who is the fairest of them all?
A tinted mirror surface oozes glamour and moody sophistication. I’m pleased to report that mirrors are no longer confined to the wall – mirrored side tables, bars, desks and delicious detail on bedding is now on trend with a tint or touch of antique for that extra layer of luxury.
I’ve travelled the globe to bring my clients a wonderfully versatile collection and no one can deny that I love a bit of bling. Take a walk inside my home and you’ll find comfort rich timber textures, a refined use of metallics and beautiful mirrored pieces.
Take a leaf out of my book and add an accent with one of my side tables. The Canasta collection offers an unexpected element; go past the fumed Eucalyptus veneers and take in the beauty of the gold tinted tops. Or revel in the glory of my Barnes Side Table that reflects a painted motif.
That unexpected touch of mirrored surface is perfect for entryway grandeur and who can deny that my Antibes Mirrored Hall Table isn’t utter perfection? This charming metal demilune is a must for any entrance or tailored living space. The antiqued mirror detail offers the right amount of sophistication for a chic Parisian scheme or romantic heritage home. Something a little different than the classic rectangular console, when I saw the Antibes, I knew I had to have it for my collection.
Join me in taking tradition head on with a delightful twist to storage. Styles that echo bygone eras with a contemporary update of tinted mirror. The Fitzgerald is stunning with its versatile design that can be used as a server, buffet, console or side table. Mirrored glass doors are unexpected and captivating. My Amoret Storage Unit is a showstopper too, with a bevelled mirror cut, rhinestone hardware and ultra thin profile. These pieces just ooze luxury, don’t you agree?
My design tip for adding a special piece with mirrored detail to your home? Simple – layer textures and combine with rich dark timbers, opulent metals and inviting natural linens. I’ll leave you with that food for thought.