This dining space is amazing- the natural light bounces off the reflective surface of the antiqued mirror and gives the illusion of having more windows, more space, and more glam altogether! I also love the thin, white trim to section off the mirrors- it also contributes to the window-like illusion.
here is another look at the space-
talk about dramatic... these are show-stoppers. This teeny-tiny space is expanded by the undressed windows and use of large mirrors- they even used small mirrored cocktail tables!
the symmetry of this space is beautiful. I really love the floor to ceiling antiqued mirrors flanking the fireplace. I bet when those glass lamps are illuminated, the space glows- lovely!
I love, love, love the use of mirror in this bedroom- the molding creates a "transom" look that is polished to perfection. The mirrored wall once again expands this space enormously...
love these details in the corners of the mirror- anyone know what these little gold antiqued rosettes... they really add a vintage feel to this mirrored wall treatment.
here is another dining space sporting mirrors in beautiful panels across the wall. Again... the space created is amazing, along with all of the natural light bouncing off the surfaces. The molding in between these mirrored panels allow something to be hung on the wall easily- like the mirror seen below.
it looks like there are 5 chandeliers in this space thanks to the antiqued mirror panel inlayed on the wall...