Let’s face it, who doesn’t enjoy looking in the mirror? At Vaughan we love looking AT our mirrors, too because they’re good looking, as well.
This is the mirror that Robert Stern used in the bedroom above. The Barberini Mirror is 51″ x 35″.
This is a shot of our Mount Joy Round Mirror from Homes and Gardens Magazine. Placing a mirror above a mantle is a great idea. It provides a focal point for the room as well as depth in the space.
Here is the Mountjoy Mirror in all it’s glory! The Mountjoy has a 31.5″ diameter and is surrounded by faceted glass tiles.
The Fitzwilliam Oval Mirror is the oval version of the Mountjoy. All you need to decide now is whether oval or round is appropriate for the space!
The Venetian Mirror looks incredibly glamorous in this monochrome bedroom scene designed by Emily Todhunter. The little crystal stacked cube lamp (Chicago Square Column) is a Vaughan lamp, too! From Traditional Home Nov. 2003.
Right now in our window in the D & D building we have (among others Vaughan pieces) our Venetian Mirror. It looks very modern and fresh surrounded by the bright pops of color in our lampshades and fabrics.
These Venetian style mirrors are glamorous and classic but they can be used in many different styles; both modern as well as traditional and they always make a statement. We have some non Venetian mirrors too which are just as beautiful:
We also offer an oval in this style mirror, the Deya Oval Mirror. Above is an example of the silver wood mirror. Quite striking and dramatic.
Mirrors can be used in so many different ways. Two over a double bathroom sink, one in the front hall to greet you, or another over your dresser to look at your lovely reflection. Take a look at our mirror section on our website for more options or if you can’t decide please email me at email@example.com !