A downright handsome piece by Joel Dupras, sweeping with hand-glazed segments of natural wood. The Howard Desk with a glass top from Huppe balances fascinatingly between a discrete personality and
Mirror, Mirror…Not Just for the Wall
Today’s trend of mixing modern and eclectic pieces into one room makes it easy to experiment with unexpected hits of materials, finishes, shapes and colors.
One of our favorite materials to add to the mix in almost any room is mirrored furniture. These pieces have the ability to give masculine furniture added femininity and add a dash of glamour to any room.
It’s good to remember that mirrored furniture comes in a multitude of finishes. By picking a frosted or smoky glass the piece becomes increasingly neutral, lending to it’s ability to be versatile in your home. The Kaddy Storage is a perfect example of a mirrored piece that can be transformed based on the finish of the mirror.
The Psiche Mirrored Buffet can accompany a wide variety of dining room tables and mixing it with drastically different materials like reclaimed wood really makes it stand out.
One big trend we’re seeing is multi-purpose rooms; this especially includes office furniture moving into the family room. The trick to mastering this trend is a) picking a piece that isn’t clunky and b) selecting a piece that can serve another purpose in the family room. The Beveled Mirrored Desk is a good example of this as it is both unobtrusive and makes a great bar for when guests arrive.
Many homeowners like to change the décor in their house multiple times a year by switching up accessories and the placement of furniture. By selecting mirrored pieces that suit the style of multiple rooms, redecorating on the fly can become even easier.
Author: Sklar Furnishings