Trending Now! Ombre Decor and Mirrored Surfaces

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Fresh on the design scene, these two trends are here to stay! Mirrored surfaces are a key design aspect when creating a space that is visually stunning. If you’re wanting to create an illusion of spaciousness, mirrored decor is your friend. A quick way to make a big change in a room, this trend can evoke instant elegance and drama. For a small room, mirrored pieces give the illusion of a bigger space. And for a larger room, they turn the room into a breath-taking sight.



If you use mirrored surfaces in moderation paired alongside stylish elements, you can keep a room looking bright and welcoming with an air of elegance. For an empty corner or plain wall, we love to add a floor to ceiling mirror to give the look of a much larger space. Try a Jonathan Charles tilt table mirror and watch how the light reflects off for a stunning array of brightness. If you have a bit more room to work with, try the triple table mirror for a more dramatic display. When it comes to furniture, mirrored pieces are all the rage. A mirror-clad dresser is a perfect investment piece that will stand the test of time. Whether you place it in a bedroom or later shift it to an entryway or even a kitchen storage piece, this Currey & Company antique credenza has plenty of options. Mirrored decor can truly set a space apart, so investing in it means that you’ll have a versatile piece for years to come.


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The second trend that we’re loving this season is ombre decor. This trend of harmonious hues is the ideal way to add a pop of color to your space, with subtle progression. Whether in rugs, decor or lighting, ombre pieces don’t have to be scary! Their combination of complementary colors means that you can use one piece in a multitude of spaces. For rugs, we love the Magnolia Home Phillip rugs. Place these rugs underfoot in a living area, bedroom or dining room for a calming effect of natural colors. Looking for more vibrant color? Look no further than Jaipur's Blaze or Tinge rug in peacock blue or linden green. Lighting pieces and decor items are a sweet way to add a pop of ombre that is sure to stand out. For lamps, try Wildwood's Water View lamp or Currey & Company's Jungli lamp. These ombre lamps amplify their glow with cascading colors on the base, and a neutral shade on top keeps the feel still traditional. If you have a dresser or display area that needs added interest, we recommend a set of vases like Wildwood's Mesa vase.

While these two trends aren’t meant to combine, we love to implement them both separately into our home interiors. Bring light and space in with mirrored surfaces and add color and interest with ombre decor.


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