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Mirrors aren't just for hanging on walls anymore. Aside from their practical duties, they can pretty up any space through stunning furniture, luxe lighting and elegant tabletop accents. They can shine anywhere!

I think a fun mirrored piece would contrast nicely amidst my chocolatey palette, which has been feeling a bit dull lately. While scouting out an end table or vanity to fit the part, I came across a brilliant selection of mirrored items.

An accent table in a front hall or ensuite works nicely if you're looking to add a chic element. The antiqued silver finish on this vanity lends a bit of grandeur.

The rasped iron finish on this mirrored chandelier adds textural contrast — perfect for an unpretentious dining room.

How much glam is too much glam? The distressed mirror panelling on this breathtaking dining table adds just the right amount of reflection when paired with neutral dining chairs.

Dramatic blue upholstery and an animal-print area rug work well with this glitzy mirrored coffee table.

Add a hotel feel to a boudoir with a feminine bench.

We can never have enough mirrors, can we?

Learn more about layering mirrors here.

Photo credits:
1. Amesbury Vanity, Bombay
2. Parsons Mirrored Chandelier, Pottery Barn
3. Emporium Mirrored Dining Table, Mirrorz Online
4. Hailey Mirrored Coffee Table, Neiman Marcus
5. Denison Mirrored Bench, Neiman Marcus

Author: 

Floriana Paonessa

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