Sig Bergamin - Elle Decor
I think all designers love using mirrors to get extra depth out of a room and to create some deception in a space. Careful placement of a mirror can bring much needed light into a dark space, can double the size of the room, or make a hallway seem like it goes on forever. I'm always on the look out for mirrors used in creative and unusual ways that achieve a purpose other than the obvious. Here are some great examples.
Jonathan Berger - House Beautiful
Michael S. Smith - Architectural Digest
Kit and Tim Kemp - Elle Decor
Jean-Louis Denoit - Elle Decor
Faye Cone - House Beautiful
Shari Markbreiter - Traditional Home
Steven Gambrel - Elle Decor
Roger Higgins - Traditional Home
Courtney Coleman, Bill Brockschmidt - House Beautiful
Stephanie Stokes - House Beautiful
When used effectively, mirrors are a great trick to get extra visual square footage, open up a window in a space, and of course, direct focus on the inhabitant. Who doesn't pause to glance at themselves in a well-placed mirror!