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Salvaged wood reflects Indigenous’ signature style

Salvaged Wood Mirrors

A new Teak Root Mirror has joined our accessories range.

Using roots sourced from fallen trees, the handmade mirror has a distinct wiggly frame, with contrasting light and dark root timber, a smooth surface and a raw, gnarly edge.

All of the teak roots salvaged for these unique pieces help Indonesian reforestation and would otherwise be burnt or discarded. Each of the exclusive designs is steered by the root’s individual shape and flow, giving a striking natural and rustic appearance.

Two additional mirror designs are included in our Driftwood Collection, each sculpted from driftwood washed ashore off Indonesia, from the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Once dried, the twig-like pieces of timber are woven by hand to create the distinct ‘sea worn’ frames.

The collection includes a port-hole shaped round driftwood mirror and a large rectangular driftwood mirror, measuring 1500mm x 60mm x 100mm and a large rectangular reclaimed teak mirror, which is the same dimensions as the driftwood rectangular mirror but offers a straight edge.

Reclaimed Teak Wood Home Accessories

Our reclaimed driftwood mirror joins our Teak Root home accessories Collection, which also includes;

– carvings
teak root tables
chopping boards and platters
– tableware like plates, bowls and bread boards
– larger pails
teak root vases
pendant lighting and our teak root table lamp
teak wood washstands and vanity units
coat stands, towel rails and sideboards
You can find out more about each of our products on their pages and buy them online from the Indigenous UK shop.

To find out more, please call us on tel. 01993 824200, email [email protected]

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