Love lucite?  We do too!  Not sure how to make it work in your house?  Here’s how we do it.

When space is at a minimum, lucite makes an impact without taking up visual weight.  Try switching out a heavy wooden coffee table for a simple light reflective lucite option.

One Kings Lane - Plexi Craft Payton Trunk. Love idea of book 'story' inside:

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Lucite nesting tables as coffee tables, pink Persian rug, white sofa, orange books, and clothing rack:

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For a more subtle approach try using lucite in combination with other materials.

Perfect for an entry, so the guests can sit and do their boots up. Jonathan Adler Jacques Bench: via

Susan Glick Interiors - bathrooms - his and her vanities, his and her washstands, his and her bathroom vanities, white vanity, white quartz countertop, bathtub nook, crystal flushmount chandelier, beveled mirrors, gray walls, gray bathroom walls, white and gray bathroom, white and gray master bathroom, marble tiled floor, lucite ottoman, shag ottoman,:

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And if you still feel hesitant, add just a hint like this:

Acrylic Trays #westelm - the mirrored ones were too expensive, but these are cute too: via

Elements of Style Blog | Master Suite and Addition Final Reveal! | http://www.elementsofstyleblog.com:

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Let the light in.  Lucite is here to stay.

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