Not far from my workplace is a gorgeous furniture store. Of course, I’d never actually purchase anything from said store (lovely as everything is) and must confess I really just went there yesterday to dream, sigh, stroke the furniture, study the furniture, then, let’s just say ‘borrow’ any good ideas for myself, when I spied a gorgeous rococo style mirrored dresser.
Done right, mirrored furniture can add a lovely sense of glamour to a space, and whilst it wouldn’t necessarily work well in my own little cottagey home, I do kinda like the idea of it. So, I studied the dresser in the store and convinced myself that, yes, I could DIY that (one day).
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Hi Kristine, I love mirrored furniture and am looking forward to seeing what you come up with. Saw a fantastic pic on a blog today (of course can’t remember which) that had a beautiful white armoir with mirrored doors. Gorgeous.
I think it’s beautiful in the right room. I don’t have a place in my home it would fit with my decor but I wish I did.
I can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Gorgeous post Kristine….a touch of mirrored glass always adds class..love it!
I love the look too – the piece in the first piccy is amazing – I’d love it. Yes, not sure how it would fit in, maybe the bedroom?
Have a good weekend!
I think it is very pretty, especially in a small room I think it might make it feel more open. I would love to see your finished product if you attempt it!Have a great weekend,
Am glad to have come over to your blog. Those images are just beautiful and make me want to revamp my house in the middle of the night lol. Mel xxx
Thanks for the lovely comments on my blog :D…I like the mirrored look with the right decor..otherwise it could look a bit tacky.
The mirrors are great in the right place. I’d love to be more daring in my decorating!
hi kristine! i love mirrored furniture! i am not sure with two little ones and lots of sticky fingers that it would work well in my house, but i have done pieces before that had a lip and put a mirror on the table top. somewhere on my blog i did a post about the nightstands so you can check them out if you;d like. it was for a client, but i would love to do in my house as it reflects light and opens up the space, and also protects the actual tabletop. maybe one day when my kids are grown i will get a real mirrored piece!
I love mirrored furniture, I just don’t think that I am ready to sigh up for it right now. With two little boys I’d spend all day wiping off fingerprints! Someday when they get older…
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The pictures you showed are cool. A big mirrored piece would not work in my house, but I could really see a small mirrored table in the hall or in my daughters room. :-)
I have to tell you a story… A few years ago the house my husband grew up in was for sale, so we went by on open house day and toured. The new owners had mirrored every inch of the guest bathroom. All 4 walls and the ceiling too. We couldn’t quite figure out what kind of person would want to see themselves going potty from every angle. LOL!! :-)
Some of it I love and some of it I do not love…
I found your blog through a comment on another…
I had to click over when I saw the Crown icon! I am The Queen of My House and have the same crown on my blog! so happy to “meet” ya! Maybe you will drop by sometime…Me…I am your newest follower! Have a great Sunday!
Wonderful images, I for one, am a lover!
Love love love mirrored furniture. I’m hoping to use two mirrored bedsides in a job I’m working on, just have to convince my client! A bit of bling always adds style to a room, and mirror can be a really inexpensive way to do this. Lovely pics as usual! K xx
OOOOOH, I never thought of a mirrod headboard. or foot board.. thats a nice way too “Classy” up a Mirror on the ceiling type situation *heheheh*