5 statement mirrors that bridge the gap between vanity, practicality and art

Updated: Jul 30


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THE MYSA MIRROR IN GOLD

The Mysa Mirror, which is available to buy here for £595 at OKA is a truly stunning statement piece, whether used in isolation or duplicated to form a set. Layer them up to accentuate and highlight existing arches that may already be present in your room, or introduce the humble arch to evoke classic references. Whatever your statement - playing with the ideals of architectural structure, paying homage to a roman aqueduct or simply positioning either side of your chimney breast alcoves to give the illusion of windows, these mirrors have an incredible versatility that promises to give your room a timeless appeal.


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THE HULDRA SHELF MIRROR

The Huldra Shelf Mirror, which is available to purchase here for £119 at MADE.COM bridges the gap between vanity, practicality and structure.


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THE SCHEMA GEOMETRIC MIRROR

The Schema Mirror, which is available to buy here for £55 at MADE.COM is the perfect solution those prominent areas which may deserve a piece of artwork. The best part about this mirror is that it is currently in clearance, reduced from £99.



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THE BRASS PORTRAIT MIRROR

The Brass Portrait Mirror, which is available to purchase here for £215 at Cox & Cox exudes sophistication with its solid brass fitting detail.



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THE FIBAR VALET MIRROR

The Fibar Valet Mirror, which is available to buy here for £109 at MADE.com is a serious head turner. An ideal addition for any bathroom, this shelf is both practical and sculptural. Available in an opulent shade of dark green which works so beautifully against the gold - this piece will sell fast - currently in clearance after having previously retailed for £149.

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