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Bound Mirrors by Grain

Remember the Utility Card? Yep, the one from grain. Well, they also carry these lovely mirrors with a textile wrapped edge. If the price is a tad too high, maybe their Bound Hand Mirror will scratch the itch. They’re all made in the USA and custom colors are available.

Purchase Information:

Price: $750.00 - 1,100.00
Available from: grain

Blackened Metal Mirror by West Elm

I’ve been pretty impressed with the quality of designs coming out of West Elm lately. I’m haven’t been the hugest champion of their case goods, but I think their accessories have been spot-on.

These mirrors have a refined blackened frame, and would be perfect in an entry, above a fireplace or above a dresser. The round one (above) is 30″ diameter and $149, while the small rectangular one is 36″ x 24″ and $129. The large one (not shown) is $349, and is not one solid mirror but features smaller mirror tiles.

Purchase Information:

Price: $129-$349
Available from: West Elm

Modern Baroque Mirror

For those of you on a shoe string budget, this mirror might be something to consider. Half simple/modern, half Baroque style, might be be a fun sort of thing to have in an entryway or above a small bathroom sink.

No Monet – it’s Baroque! Ornate, Baroque style rectangular mirror with an asymmetrical romantic overlay at the painted white frame. See yourself in classic beauty. Imported. Wipe clean.

13″w, 24″h
Metal, wood

Purchase Information:

Price: $68.00
Availability: Buy Modern Baroque Mirror here

Reflect Mirror

Just think of how many corners and spaces this little guy could go. Mirrors are always an excellent way to reflect light around a space, making it seem bigger and brighter. Imagine the fun of putting several of these in a dark hallway or corner and seeing the light bounce around in unexpected ways.

The reflect mirror with its 90 degree angle can be used as a tray to place your keys, sun glasses, jewelries, coins etc so that you won’t forget to take them with you after checking yourself out in the mirror. For men, the angeled portion of the mirror allows you to see below your chin when shaving, which can come in handy as well. Also, with a total of 8 holes on the rear of each mirror, reflect mirror can be placed almost anywhere on the wall, including corners.

W9.6″ x L4.9″ x H12.0″
Available in black, white and gold.
Note: Estimated arrival time is end of November, but you can pre-order now.

Purchase Information:

Price: $60.00
Availability: Buy Reflect Mirror here

Clipboard Mirror

This might be a handy thing to have by the front door for last minute appearance checks and memos. (It would be perfect for attaching mail/netflix/ilovefilm so you don’t forget to mail them out.)

…it has all the practicality of a standard clipboard with an added touch of design quirkiness, that will compliment both the home and office. Keep everything attached to this, from memos to mail, and it’ll certainly catch your attention.

Designed by Adrian Allen

Purchase Information:

Price: 35.00
Availability: Buy Clipboard Mirror here

Blu Dot Hang 1 Mirror

This mirror is about us unadorned as you can get. Simple mirror hangs on a walnut peg. Measures 24″ x 24″. I think this would look amazing over a single wash basin in the bath.

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: $199.00
Availability: Buy Blu Dot Hang 1 Mirror here

Areaware Mirrors

Whoa, Areaware has a bunch of interesting accent mirrors. I’d suggest checking them out if you’ve got some empty wall space.

5 Mirrors (by 5.5 Designers), $96.00
Thinking Bubble (by Oscar Diaz), $96.00
Strates (By Oliver Peyricot+ Sylvie Chanchus), $140.00
Meltingpolyhedron (by Pierre Marie), $96.00
Miroir Mon Beau Miroir (8 acrylic head mirrors by Ich&Kar), $96.00
Petits Pois (by Maison Georgette), $96.00

Buy it here.

More information:

View Areaware Mirrors here

Pyro Mirror (set of 3)

If you’re looking to reflect light around your space in an interesting way, these Pyro Mirrors will do the job without costing a fortune.

Set of three, 3-dimensional decorative glass mirrors. Each is approx 17″ long by 14″ wide. Lightweight and easy to hang. unique backing allows mirrors to be hung in many different configurations and angles.

Each is approx 17″ long by 14″ wide.

$85.00, Buy it here.

Purchase Information:

Price: $85.00
Availability: Buy Pyro Mirror (set of 3) here


Check out this leggy mirror. Cute/clever, huh?

Full length solid oak wall mirror with a unique shape that was inspired by memories of the designer’s sister leaning nonchalantly against a wall as a teenager. Attaches to the wall with hidden screw for extra stability.
Made in Sweden.

designer: Colm Keller
Frame material: oak
h:1900 x w:470 x d:160 (mm)
£275, Buy it here.

Purchase Information:

Price: £275
Availability: Buy MADE BY EIMEAR mirror here

Glow Mirror

Hmm. Does anyone else find the android-like form in these photos unsettling? Coupled with the ‘Love me’ and the fingerprint, it brings to mind AI or something equally disturbing.

By the designer of the Full Moon Credenza, these striking mirrors are printed with ELI (Eco Light Inside), an eco-friendly, photo luminescent material developed by the designer, which creates a glowing effect when the lights go out.

Available in two versions, Fingerprint & I Love Me.
Small: 19.75″H x 19.75″W
Medium: 19.75″H x 39.5″W
Large: 19.75″H x 59.25″W

price available on request, Buy it here.

More information:

View Glow Mirror here

Natural Vases and Oval Jericho Mirror

The Jericho Mirror is a little creepy, and maybe that’s what makes it weird and interesting. The vases are simply lovely. (They’re from the same retailer, so that’s why they’re pictured together, plus my bookmarks folder is busting at the seams.)

Natural Vases, $75.00, Buy it here.

Our Natural Vases utilize the unique shape and grain of monkey pod wood to produce a stunning effect. Their crooked silhouette is an excellent means of displaying a flower or simple arrangement. Hand-carved and finished with natural wax to enhance to grain.
20″ H (approx.) Bases range from 5″ to 8″ width

Oval Jericho Mirror, $250.00, Buy it here.

Purchase Information:

Price: $75.00
Available from: Terra Furnishings

Cassette Mirror

Whoa, look, you can be reminded how old you are every day with this mirror…and I’m talking about seeing the cassette tapes, not anything related to your face.

“Mirror lined with 35 discarded, chrome plated cassette tapes. 30″ diameter. Numbered, limited edition.”

$450.00, at Barneys.

Purchase Information:

No longer available.

polaroid mirror

Here’s a clever little mirror inspired by Polaroids.

2mm mirrored glass with white vinyl border
107 x 88mm
by colin o’ dowd, UK

$23 product + $6 shipping and handling = $29 total, Buy it here.

Purchase Information:

Price: $29.00
Availability: Buy polaroid mirror here

Half Mirror

Funny how half a mirror costs just as much (or more) as a whole one.

Paul Loebach
Basswood and Low Iron Glass
12″ W x 1¼” x D 32″ H

$650.00, Buy it here.

Purchase Information:

Price: $650.00
Availability: Buy Half Mirror here

Vladimir or Pallet Mirror

Holy cow, I love this mirror. Shipping pallets are not usually considered beautiful, but man, if you custom fabricate them into a mirror frame with some old Victorian flair, it certainly becomes an amazing piece.

Millions of pallets are used everyday to move goods across the world. Many times, these pallets come from exotic locations and are made from native exotic woods. But through shipping and clumsy handling, many of these pallets are damaged. A lot of the time they are simply discarded after use. These beautiful samples of another world typically turn into landfill or mulch.

This mirror was made using two partially destroyed shipping pallets. The scars on the lumber tell a story of its travels. While the form is reminiscent of old Victorian french mirrors, its origin is far from gold leaf.

design and prototype: Karl Zahn

without glass – $825.00, with glass – $975.00 (shipping not included)
Lead time is 2 weeks
Buy it here.

Purchase Information:

Price: $825.00-$975.00
Availability: Buy Vladimir or Pallet Mirror here