mirrored door panels


Yes, that gorgeous vintage door has panels of mirrored glass. Is this a trend in the making? There were two examples of it in Lonny's March/April issue. We know mirrors reflect light and can make a space look bigger. But if wall space is limited and you have no space for a mirror, why not mirror your doors instead? I love it in a bedroom or closet, but I wouldn't shy away from it in public spaces—it'd be dramatic and unexpected. If you're in an old house with paneled doors, it'll give you a fabulous chic, shiny, light-bouncing, sophisticated look. I'm a fan.



steven gambrel



via furnnish files


René said...

I love it! A great way to open up a small space and has no "Boogie Nights" undertones what so ever.

Karen said...

This would really work nicely in a small or dark room to help expand and brighten the space

Valerie Wills Interiors said...

Wow - what a great idea! Love them all.

Rashon Carraway said...

Its a really good idea. I wonder if this is a trend or a staying concept?

Mr. Goodwill Hunting

elizabeth@themustardceiling said...

Gorgeous images, I am loving the mirrored glass inspiration.

designchic said...

I love mirrored doors...gorgeous and functional!