Mirrors work their magic in lots of different ways. They can bounce light around, create depth and a feeling of space. They can be used to reflect features back, like a cherished piece of art, a floral display or a statement light. By angling them towards a garden, you can reflect the outdoors in. Subtle frames allow the surroundings to stand out, whilst decorative frames can create a feature in their own right. Our own Mirror Collection reflects our love of nature and includes four designs, each handmade from reclaimed wood.
Our New Mirrors
Our newest design – the Reclaimed Teak Mirror – is a mix of grain and grandeur. Standing 1500mm tall, its tactile frame is oiled to enhance its rich colour tone. It can be hung or lent against a wall, for a more casual look. Our nest-like Driftwood Mirror is made from salvaged wood washed onto beaches and river banks. An oversized design, also 1500mm tall, is joined by a round driftwood mirror too (pictured). The circular driftwood mirror design is very popular bathroom mirror and looks great above basins, wash-stands and vanity units.
Teak Root Mirrors
The fourth design – the Teak Root Mirror – is made from root wood sourced from fallen teak trees; roots are collected as part of the reforestation process. This design follows the root’s shape and flow, creating a wavy splash shape in striking bands of gold and silver.
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