Mirrors are a staple in most of our homes. You may even have one or two carefully selected mirrors standing out as decorative pieces in a room; however, proper mirror placement is a careful science most people don’t know very much about. As a result, it’s often difficult to make the most out of mirrors in a home’s design.
Capable of being utilized in every room, mirrors are designed to reflect light and add new, interesting dimensions. They can lend a wow factor and act as bold centerpieces, or they can be subtly incorporated to enhance and blend in with a home’s overall look.
Choosing mirrors for a client’s home involves considering the size, shape, and style of the mirror, and then deciding on placement. If done correctly, mirrors become not only a tool for self-reflection but also a piece of art that draws the eye. At Gabby, our designers take into account various home decor styles and purposely create mirrors to perform well in any space. Below, we’ll take a look at some of our meticulously designed custom mirrors.
Simple and refined, the Humphrey Mirror has a rectangular frame and features white, polished sea grass. To create a more distinct look, we added copper mirror detailing. This sophisticated mirror would be perfect above a bathroom vanity or bedroom dresser.
The Ava Mirror is a true statement piece. The grandeur of the large frame and antiqued finish is a nod to classic architecture. The mirror has a thick wood frame with an intricate, gold-finished cast resin rosette on each corner. Bring a truly elegant style to any home with this distinctive piece by Gabby.
We love the texture of our Barrett Large Transitional Mirror. Our designers wanted to create a simple but elegant larger-scale piece perfect for a worldly interior. Its effortless but highly specific texture is what makes this mirror a true-to-style transitional furniture item. The mirror measures 57.75 inches tall and has an inlaid horn frame.
Embrace your inner flapper girl with the Lawry Mirror. This striking mirror immediately evokes an enchanting, 1920s Hollywood style. The white faux horn frame of the mirror is intensified by a genuine, antique gold rim. The unique shape of the Lawry Mirror makes this piece a one-of-a-kind conversation starter well-suited for an eclectic, charismatic living or dining room.
With a distinctive looping horn inlaid frame, the Rita Mirror by Gabby is another striking piece that would lend well to any bare wall. Antique gold details and a sophisticated appeal lends well to this piece that would work perfectly in the bathroom.
Which one of these custom-designed mirrors would you love to work with in your next project? Let us know in the comments section below!
To see more of our many offerings of transitional furniture, lighting, decor, and accessories, please feel free to browse through the catalog on our website.