Mirrors | Our Pick Of The Best
A mirror can make all the difference in a room. We use them to create a focal point, make spaces appear larger, duplicate views, and bring in architectural-like details. Depending on their size and placement, they can play either lead roles or supporting characters in your home’s decor, but the right mirrors are always memorable.
Below we have highlighted some of our favourite mirrors and why they’re the stand out bunch to help transform your home.
Unique full length framed mirror || Double sided dressing mirror || Six foot tall and narrow to maximise room space
The unique element of this design is that both sides are mirrored. One in standard mirror, the other available in standard mirror or in a range of on-trend tints. This double sided mirror is perfect for use in the bedroom and bathroom as two people can utilise it at the same time without blocking each other out.
As more exotic mirror tints are becoming increasingly popular we have decided to offer the wonderful ‘VISUAL’ range. This particular variation comes with a frame which is available in two finishes – mocha or burnished brass.
– ‘Visual’ comes in a variety of shapes and sizes
The Visual range was designed by Lievore Altherr Molina. Lievore Altherr Molina, was founded by Alberto Lievore, Jeannette Altherr and Manel Molina in 1991. The Studio focuses on product design, consultancy and art direction work for a number of companies, offering personalized solutions to industry.
Read more about the designers here.
Full length floor standing mirror || Designed by Phillipe Starck || Available rectangular or square
This version of the Caadre Mirror is a very popular configuration. A full-length mirror designed to stand on the floor and lean stylishly back against the wall. The Caadre Mirror was designed in 1999 and has continued to be appreciated by design lovers across the globe ever since. The Caardre mirror which was designed by Philippe Starck for Fiam Italia is already considered an antique of the future, making it a real collector’s item.
Note: This version of the Caadre Mirror is supported by hidden feet and is fixed to the wall via a hidden fixing for extra stability.
Caadre by Philippe Stark can now also become an elegant, unusual modular system. The utmost in stylish simplicity, it is able to assume the identity of a mirror to form the keynote of a wall, or multiply and combine exactly as required to create the wall itself.
Read more about Caadre here.
Also known as ‘port hole mirror’ || Frame in mocha or burnished metal || Mirror provides fish eye lens reflections
Decorative Convex Mirror available in two frame finishes – mocha or burnished brass. This unusual wall mirror is convex and as such, bends light very much like in the back of a spoon. Reflections appear distorted, exactly the same as with a fish eye lens. This unique round wall mounted mirror comes with a thin profile aluminium frame.
A very unusual mirror to provide both a talking point and a wonderful reflective element in your home.
The ‘Sail’ range of mirrors was also designed by Lievore Altherr Molina
Read more about the designers here.
Uniquely shaped floor mirror || Created with special chamferings || Available in 2 sizes
This highly decorative floor standing mirror was named Kooh-I-Noor, after the coveted diamond. Kooh-I-Noor, which means “Mountain of Light” in Persian, is one of the largest diamonds in the world. The Kooh-I-Noor floor standing mirror was designed by Italian designer Piero Lissoni for Glas Italia in Macherio, Italy. Made to resemble the Kooh-I-Noor diamond, this floor mirror is irregularly shaped with a faceted perimeter and special chamferings with a variable depth and inclination. Its beautiful design and reflective quality make this a highly decorative floor mirror. Crafted and imported from Italy. The Kooh-I-Noor mirror is available in two sizes.
Piero Lissoni studied Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano and graduated in 1985, he began collaborating as designer and Art Director with furniture manufacturers Boffi, Living Divani and Porro.
Read more about the designer here.