Decorating with 20 Mirrored Furniture in the Kitchen
I’m not entirely sure how many lists did we create on mirrored furniture in Home Design Lover; but ironically, we missed the bathroom! I mean, they obviously have mirrors in them already. Nevertheless, here is a list to add our collections.
This is one list I think anyone could relate to – the kitchen spaces in here are stunning, mostly are contemporary, and all of them are directly telling you how much adding mirrors to your kitchen or pretty much anywhere at home will surely be a hit for you and your family, and definitely with your friends.
1. Bayside Living
Awesome mirrored backsplash for any house sure will be super cool! I wish we will have it at home!
2. Beechwood Manor
An island counter in the middle of your kitchen is great for hosting parties and get together!
3. Bellevue Hill Sydney
Here is a view from the kitchen and dining area of the lowest unit, the lucky one that is afforded a lawn right outside the sliding glass wall.
4. Dijk Residence
Marlatt and his team designed all the custom cabinetry, plumbing and lighting to keep in line with a minimalist, no-fuss look. The countertop is black granite.
5. The Library Building – Clapham
Fitting a mirrored backsplash is a genius idea, and a relatively easy trick that will make a big impact. As well as boosting the light and creating a sense of depth, it’s an easy surface to keep clean.
6. East Aspen Residence
Another clean modern kitchen with a twist. The onyx raised bar, with all its warm tones and large-scale movement, is a complete surprise against the starkness of the cabinets and mirrored tile backsplash. I guess this would allow you to be constantly checking your hair, even while cooking.
7. Hawaii Compact Sophistication
Look at the mirrored wall! They are making a comeback!
8. Hyde Park
The floors are a bit much, but I like the look of the dark wood and mirrored part of this kitchen.
Architectural designed kitchen features custom split level bench including lower seating area, large mirror sliding door to conceal pantry complete walk in butler’s style pantry.
10. Integrated Function
Look at how graceful this kitchen looks because of the chandelier that is just across the mirrored door by the counter.
11. Kiawah Island Lagoonfront
Mirrors! The symmetry in this side of the wall is pretty charming, especially with the rustic cabinets!
12. Wareemba House
This is one small kitchen that opted to have a mirrored backsplash to help it expand in size. Pretty interesting right?
13. La Luna Harrisdale
Glorious wallpaper on the kitchen island that makes this space even more radiant.
14. London Radiance
A sophisticated and contemporary handle-less design for a London home that took its inspiration from a treasured artwork. Darkly stained timber contrasts beautifully with mirrored backsplash and a color-pop pantry interior in a design made to precise bespoke specifications.
15. Mandeville, LA
The floors really pretty with all the white surrounding the entire space. Take a look at the mirrored cabinet on the side too!
16. Perth Kitchen
White on white with mirror backsplash with two rows of downstairs cabinets over the mirror is totally awesome!
17. Roseville 2
This is one beautiful kitchen to have at home – added plus is the sparkling mirror backsplash that reflects more space and light.
18. Rye Renovation
Love the bar area, the use of mirrors, open shelves and custom grey cabinet doors. Pretty awesome, right?
19. San Francisco Art Deco Condo
This compact yet highly functional kitchen is also glamorous with a capital G. Cabinets all the way to the ceiling, lots of mirror, including a mirrored kick plate, multiple reflective surfaces and various lighting.
20. St. Louis Contemporary Kitchen
Just for a butler pantry having those extra wood pieces on top cabinetry and an awesome backsplash antique mirror would mean the world to anyone’s home.
Let’s make it perfectly clear that not all people love mirrors or for the very least excited about the thought of adding mirrors – but from time to time, especially if just for accentuating your space, adding a mirror in a cabinet door, a pantry door or even the backsplash can make a lot of difference in one’s space.