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Urban Living Interiors has presented a surprising new extra-large floor standing mirror in their new showroom.
Unseen in the mirror, is a Loewe 50” HD television flat screen, which when switched off is hidden under the glass.
The mirror frame consists of lavish mock black croc leather and would make a striking statement in any room in a home.
These days use of mirrors in the home are the norm, since they produce a brighter environment and they also assist us get organized every morning.
But there are simple mirrors and those with a wow factor!
is a leading UK retailer of Indian home furnishings, from lush throws, twinkling lamps and a wide selection of extraordinary furniture, to lots of inspirational gift ideas.
Here you can add a touch of a bygone era to your home, with a couple of carefully chosen items to treasure and remind you of the glamour of past travels, exotic adventures and that hint of the mystic.
The Radiator Company have added five new products to their already extensive range of heating solutions, in response to customer demand and design trends.
Featured here is the stylish new Elissa radiator with large 40mm x 20mm elliptical tubes now available in a single or double format.
Ayers & Graces, the leading mirror and frame specialist, presents a beautiful collection of vintage-inspired mirrors and frames, to evoke a chic environment that’s full of personality and style!
The Victoria Mirror in our picture is an eye-catching addition to any room. Its striking black and champagne silver tones combined with a traditional gilt frame creates a glorious vintage style…with attitude! Priced at: £169; measuring –34”x34”.
The key home interiors trend for autumn this year is the self-indulgent fashion of gothic glamour, so its time to think brave bevelled and black.
If you’re considering refurbishing your living room with the most glamorous look of the season, then look no further than mirror specialists, Ayers and Graces.
The beautiful Ornate Monaco Mirror may be the solution to your personal gothic trend – This heavily ornate mirror has a thick black frame and is finished with glorious gesso detailing. It bares a smouldering elegance that would compliment any room and create a lavish and luxurious environment.
If you are looking to re-create the elegant glamour of yester-year, as seen in the new BBC dramatisation of Upstairs Downstairs, then these opulent ceiling lights from The Chandelier and Mirror Company will be right up your street.
The Zagir in our picture is a large twenty-one-light gold and Egyptian crystal chandelier that would not have been amiss in the foyer of Sir Hallam and Lady Agnes Holland’s home at 165 Eaton Place.
It would look stunning in a large hallway, or hung above a round dining table.
The Lux is a large flush-fitting ten-light chandelier, which would be perfect for a boudoir or smaller entranceway, to create a lasting impression of decadence in your home and inspire gasps of awe from anyone visiting.
Add some shabby chic style to your living room with one of Ayers and Graces beautiful French style ornate mirrors.
Perfect for hanging above a mantel piece, or in hallway or bedroom; these stunning mirrors will add a charming style to your interior.
In muted shades of ivory, cream and beige; these pretty mirrors feature chunky wooden frames, heavily decorated with gesso detailing and bevelled edged glass.
Customers and dealers can now buy online from the Gloucester Antiques Centre and purchases will be shipped to customers directly.
The launch is a significant step forward for the company, the dealers and the customers.
The ability to transact online is something now taken for granted in many areas of business. The new website brings the Gloucester Antiques Centre bang up to date and enables customers from all over the UK and worldwide to purchase directly.
After a year of careful consumption and toned-down luxury in 2009, Christopher Guy predicts a more confident year in 2010.
Sophisticated style is emerging, taking inspiration from everything from Alice in Wonderland to candy colours and Middle Eastern influences; this is evident in the trend for a touch of the fantastical, pastel shades, sumptuous fabrics and the intricate detailing we’re seeing.
Through the Looking Glass
With the launch of Tim Burton’s recreation of the film‘Alice in Wonderland’ in March 2010, furniture design is playing with oversized and whimsical creations.