How is it already March?! It’s time for another Monthly Moodboard and this one might really surprise you. This particular design palette is a total chameleon and works with ANY aesthetic, color palette, or budget for a high-end interior look. Would you believe me if I also said it makes any space look larger? Any guesses where I’m going with this or what type of furniture & decor I’ve rounded up this month? Click through to see my favorited mirrored finds, interior inspiration for using them, and why I’m guessing we’ll see more of this classic trend in the coming years.
In addition to bathrooms and kitchens (like my friend Gwen’s backsplash, pictured above), I’ve been noticed more mirrored furniture pieces and accessories popping into my feed lately, and I’m certainly not mad about it! While I don’t own any large mirrored pieces YET, I’m making it my goal to incorporate something from the roundup in the coming year, and I’m pretty excited about it!
Ready to see what I found this month? Click directly on the objects to be redirected to the source, or use the numbered links below to shop…
01: candle // 02: mirrored desk // 03: end table // 04: mirrored ottoman // 05: mirrored tray // 06: mirrored sconces // 07: antiqued mirror // 08: mirrored nightstand // 09: side table // 10: mirrored bench // 11: regent sconce // 12: polished flatware // 13: mirrored bathroom vanity with sink // 14: mirrored etagere // 15: brass antiqued mirror tray
Do you have any favorites from the roundup? I ended up buying #12- that flatware is SO dreamy and unique. #1 is one of my all-time favorite candles. I love the look of it styled on a table- it’s a great size and looks more like a vase than a candle. I’d really like to do a mirrored bathroom vanity someday- #13. Honestly, I love it all.
The above image is the perfect example as to how mirrored furniture can seamlessly blend with any aesthetic. This modern office is what dreams are made of! It’s super hip, classic, but also very fun and designerly.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive and easy backsplash idea for your kitchen or bar, I think the smoked or antiqued mirror look is absolutely stunning. If you’re interested in trying something less permanent, I’d opt for furniture or mirrored accessories for a similar effect. What do you think? Are you liking mirrored pieces or have you noticed more of this? These treatments really do make a space look so much larger. Maybe when it comes time to renovate our basement kitchen, I’ll use this for the backsplash! That’d be great in a dark, basement setting. I hope you’re all having a good week. It has been busy over here, but really good. I’m wrapping up and shooting Emmett’s office project this week and am hoping to have it on the blog next week… stay tuned!