In Baccarat's Paris headquarters, a mirrored table by Philippe Starck catches every glimmer of the Solstice chandelier. Photo by Xavier Bejot for House & Garden.
Mirrored cocktail (never coffee) tables are a classic. This one, with its sinuous gilded base, is French, c. 1940, and was chosen by the NYC design team of Timothy Hayes and Kevin Roberts for a Park Avenue apartment. Photo by William Abranowitz for House & Garden.
The Curtis Jeré copper wall sculpture is highlighted in this shimmery cocktail table. Design and photo by your humble blogger.
Lots of mirrored surfaces in this confection of a room by Michael Simon. Photo by Simon Upton for House & Garden. But there's more...
In the same Palm Beach house, this powder room could be an homage to Versailles. But for all its excess, it is masterful in its detail and workmanship.
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