Venetian Mirrors


Mirror mirror on the wall…Who’s the fairest of them all?

One of my favorite mirror styles are antique Venetian mirrors. If antiques are too pricey or out of reach for you, there are many well made Venetian mirror reproductions. While I love mirrors in general, Venetian mirrors float to the top of my list due to a few aspects.

1. I love the way old Venetian mirrors look in both a traditional or modern space

2. I love the large size of so many antique Venetian mirrors

3. I adore the glamorous details they provide- abundant curves, flowery rosettes applied on top, acanthus leaves, and small pieces of the glass attached separately

4. What I love most is that the older the mirror is the better the patina and more interest (as long as it is generally in good shape)

Here is a roundup of a few of my favorite ways or places to use Venetian Mirrors.


Just gorgeous when the mirror placed above that modern stainless steel tub.


This bedroom is a bit too much glamour for my liking, but the mirrored bed and the Venetian mirror work nicely together. Perhaps, I would lose some of the pink fabric behind the bed.


This epitomizes how I would use a Venetian mirror. Placed next to totally new and contemporary bathroom sconces and above a retro styled vanity sink, this totally works.


A Venetian mirror is stunning in a front entryway.


J’adore when a large Venetian mirror is used in an unexpected place. In this living room, it just opens up the entire room and makes it feel larger. Notice how the mirror is used in a transitional room.


Chic, modern kitchen! Fabulous juxtaposition of the Venetian mirror with the artichoke pendant lighting and the glossy lacquered islands with those Federal style custom built ins. The architecture of the moldings and the fireplace create such a unique and swoon-worthy space.


Here, two Venetian mirrors flank the silk draped large window. Love the mixture of the old and new. This living room feels elegant and oozes French chic. (I just wish that beautiful gold coffee table was bigger)

Hope you all got some inspiration from these photos and I urge you to go flea market and antique shopping so you can add interesting antique pieces that will create a home full of interest and beauty. Happy Home Decorating!!

Until Next Time…



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Marissa of Interiors by Marissa, LLC is an alumnus of the prestigious New York School of Interior Design. Marissa designs traditional and contemporary designs which reflect the clients’ personality and lifestyle. She works hand in hand with her clients- through space planning, color theory, and furniture and fabric selections, etc. Marissa’s designs always add whimsy and eclecticism into her comfortable, beautiful rooms. She believes that a successful home has a mix of depth and history from the past yet a keen eye for comfort and quality. One of Marissa’s other passions, besides actually designing all aspects of the home, is writing about home design and lifestyle. She currently loves spending time reading up on good design tips and scouring through home décor books and magazines and pulling out great ideas and adding her own spin onto well known home design ideas. To get in touch with Interiors by Marissa, LLC or to ask any lifestyle/home design questions or comments please email Marissa at interiorsbymarissallc@gmail.com

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  1. Nice design interior by mirror is choose idea for modern style. We also have venetian design like them. sure it is elegant design.

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