This [double-fronted Victorian freestanding residence](http://www.homestolove.com.au/gallery-vivienne-and-maxs-luxe-hotel-inspired-home-1671) has been given the luxe treatment, with the owners creating a create the high-end hotel vibe while still retaining the period features. Photo: Sharyn Cairns / real living
20mm-thick reinforced glass, which is sunk in to the floor to give the impression that the glass is unsupported. The circular frame in the lunette above the door if fitted with back-to-back convex mirrors, which reflect the room from an altered perspective and offer an instant point of focus. French Thirties mirror opposite it, The floor is French limestone slabs, laid on the diagonal to diminish the definition of where they start and stop. The table is a C19th guéridon.
We can all say that a hallway is incomplete if it does not have a mirror in it. A mirror is one of the less costly accessories that you can buy for your home or office. The hallway is where you put on the last piece of your outfit – the shoes or jacket and you need to check yourself out and see how good you look.