Mirrored furniture has been popular since the 1920s and 1930s, but it got a bit of a bad rap after the look was used a bit too liberally during the 1990s. Nowadays, designers have been reviving the reflective finish as a way to make small spaces appear larger and enliven rooms with extra light, but the trick to this trend really is that less is more. Too many shiny pieces in one space can easily translate as garish or tacky. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite examples of mirrored furniture that make a strong enough design statement to stand on their own. Read on to see them all!