8 Mirrors Worth A Second Look
A SUNBURST MIRROR
In a Manhattan home designed by Steven Gambrel, the foyer’s 1960s mirror is Italian. The brass light fixture is by Charles Edwards, and the armchair is covered in an Edelman hide.
AN OVERSIZED MIRROR
In the dining area of an Upper East Side apartment designed by Vicente Wolf with associate David Rogal, a wood-and-steel table by Wolf is surrounded by 1940s Dominique armchairs and Ruhlmann side chairs; the oversize wood-frame mirror and double-arm sconces also are by Wolf, and the 19th-century carved-wood hands are from Thailand.
A PAIR OF ADJUSTABLE OAK MIRRORS
Paintings by Charles Thomas O’Neil in the master bathroom of a New Mexico home; the Spin stained-oak mirrors, Fez brushed-chrome sink fittings, and Spoon sinks are all by Agape.
A MOD MIRROR
A Van der Straeten mirror hangs in the entry of a Manhattan home designed by Robert Couturier. The painting above Nendo's Cabbage chair is by HenrykStażewski, and the floors are bleached oak.
A COLLECTION OF MIRRORS
In the living room of BarnabaFornasetti’s Milan villa, the collection of mirrors includes vintage pieces by his father, Piero; a lacquered cocktail table with a trompe l’oeil design holds a group of limited-edition vases from BitossiCeramiche.
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH MIRROR
A hand-painted wall covering by de Gournay adorns the foyer of a Manhattan apartment by Iain Halliday, the antique French mirror is from Bijan Royal.
AN EXOTIC MIRROR
In this California dining room lanterns are suspended above an antique Guatemalan farmhouse table from Dos Gallos, and the mirror is by the home's designer, Martyn Lawrence-Bullard.
A MIRROR WITH HISTORY
A 19th-century mirror from a bar in Chicago hangs above a 17th-century English console in the living room of Michael Trapp's Connecticut Home.
source : Elle Décor