Mirrored chests seem to be a popular choice for bedside tables. This image, via Veranda (design by Suzanne Kasler), shows the mirrored chest style that came to my house on install day. It is the Ceres Cabinet by Panache Design.
I love everything about this beautiful bedroom, and the mirrored nightstands look wonderful. I believe this are the Worlds Away Claude nightstands. Design by Cara Cox.
Although many of the inspiration pictures I found were in bedrooms, I also found plenty of mirrored chests in other rooms of the house. This mirrored chest, in a design by Studio M Interiors (in Minnesota), is used in an upstairs hall.
A beautiful mirrored chest (I also think this is the Z Gallerie/Horchow chest) seen on Cote de Texas. This is one of a pair in the room.
A real estate picture (seen on Cote de Texas) of an all time favorite room by Gerrie Bremermann shows a mirrored chest on the side of the room. This makes me like the room even more!
This looks like a reversed antique mirror (more than likely the Lucy design by Worlds Away). Design by Sara Tuttle Interiors.
Ballard Designs - I believe this is the Deanna mirrored chest, although the pictures on the website appear more heavily antiqued than this one.
Horchow also has a version of this chest (perhaps identical) called the Amelia mirrored hall chest.
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