Two convex mirrors flank the fireplace in the dining hall of this London townhouse, which was decorated by Paolo Moschino. The pair, which are from Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam, emphasize the room's symmetry and play off the circular shape of the mahogany dining table.A Francis Bacon print is displayed over the mantel.
Dining rooms are an ideal place for mirrors, especially when there's a full house. Designer David Scott prefers to use mirrors in rooms lacking natural light where they can create a greater impact. "I love to use mirrors in a dining room and light candles which will reflect and create a warm, romantic glow," he says.
Dining room with a mirrored wall and an ocean view. Mirrors can add shine to otherwise low-key spaces, and the results are often quite serene (rather than overwhelming). For example, neutral tones are brought to life in the contemporary living room below, thanks to a mirrored wall. [from My Dream House]
The dining room is a central room that hosts daily activity and special events. Your dining room style will correlate your personal signature in every aspect. Mirrored furniture and accents offer an air of luxurious notes through the room with reflective surfaces. This style and design opens up the room offering diversity and depth.
Square or rectangular framed mirrors are the most commonly available but don't limit your ideas for decorating with mirrors to only these shapes. Round mirrors can be used as a central focal point in rooms and make spaces feel more relaxed and inviting.
Mirrors are one of the best ways to make your tiny space feel open and airy. polished look perfect for a small living room. Trompe l'oeil, FTW. Featured in Domino, These are tours of the homes of people who took big design risks and those risks paid off beautifully.