Mirrors

Mirrors have achieved status as an effective interior design tool which has a practical as well as aesthetic purpose. Mirrors look stylish and can serve to amplify space, make a statement and reflect light around a room.

For a mirror that creates a focal point, take a look at the Kartell All Saints Mirror designed by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba. This mirror will really stand out when artfully placed above a hallway table, or on a living room or bathroom wall.

To make a space feel larger, the Gubi Mirror Round is on-trend with its stylish brass edge and as it is a large in size it also adds depth and light to a room. Place favourite piece of artwork or a chandelier to reflect in the mirror to duplicate them and maximise the sense of space.

For a chic floor standing mirror, take a look at the Cappellini Mirror by Jasper Morrison with a base which allows you to adjust the angle. This mirror will have the ability to make smaller rooms feel lighter and brighter with its reflective sheen and clean lines.

Mirrors can also be deliberately paired with furniture. The Punt Xàbia Mirror by Vicent Martinez for example, creates an impact when placed above a Punt sideboard.

For a mirror which has become a design icon, take a look at the Gubi Adnet Mirror Circular by Jacques Adnet. Designed in 1950, this mirror was inspired by a collaboration with Hermes and equestrian leatherwork. Perfect for a fashionable abode, this classic mirror will never go out of style.

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