Monday, April 2, 2018

Captivating interior with Mirrored Furniture


In the evolution of so many incredible mirror shapes, styles and sizes, the age-old looking glass and regular mirror have become much more than a trusty companion to help you get ready in the morning. Mirrors have earned status as an effective interior design tool used to fulfill practical purposes and a multitude of creative motives. Whether you want to add a polished touch to your interiors, make a statement with wall art or amplify light and space, a thoughtfully chosen, well-positioned mirror is the answer.
Mirrored furniture has been popular since the 1920's and 1930's, but it got a bit of a bad rap after the look was used a bit too liberally during the 1990's. Nowadays, designers have been reviving the reflective finish as a way to make small spaces appear larger and enliven rooms with extra light, but the trick to this trend really is that less is more.
Octa Mirrored Dining Table

Too many shiny pieces in one space can easily translate as garish or tacky. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite examples of mirrored furniture that make a strong enough design statement to stand on their own. Visit our website to see them all!
A mirrored piece can completely transform your room by opening up and brightening the space. Don’t know where to shop for mirrored furniture? Our new collection from Fancy Glass And Mirrors is a great place to start exploring mirrored furniture that’s both sleek and elegant while providing that glamorous element that’ll bring some style to your home.

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