Merve Kahraman cleverly uses Kvadrat fabric to create pattern on his Pontiac Mirrors. Handcrafted on wood and foam (sounds like a DIY project, doesn’t it?), each mirror’s form is accentuated by fabric lines. A thin wood accent is meant to create an “earthy feeling,” further reinforcing the Native American vibe that serves as inspiration. If the price point is a bit too high for your liking, try making your own (and send me the pics!).
Designer: Merve Kahraman
Above: Pontiac Triangle Mirror, $3,150.00
Kvadrat Paul Smith Fabric, natural finished american walnut and gray tinted mirror. 29″W x 1.5″D x 35″H
Pontiac Hexagon Mirror, $3,150.00
Kvadrat Paul Smith Fabric, natural finished american white oak and golden tinted mirror. 22″W x 22″D x 50″H
This one isn’t a “Pontiac” design, but it might be my favorite. Iris Mirror, $2,925.00
3 different colors of Kvadrat fabric on plywood and foam, clear mirror.
31″W x 1.5″D x 28″H