These days, mirrors are used in almost every aspect of interior design and are being employed as wall and ceiling treatments as well as a way to add more light into a space. Sometimes, mirrors with a fashionable frame are sufficient to revamp a wall and a room. Here are 5 incredible mirror designs that can add a lot of oomph to your space.
1. Francis Mirror
Designed by Petite Friture, the Francis mirror is an aging mirror that is decorative as well as functional. With a minimalist frame holding a mirror in a conventional round shape, the mirror presents a vibrant display of color while being a regular mirror as well.
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2. ZigZag Mirror
Aimed at being a stylish wall décor instead of a dresser essential, the ZigZag modular mirror features a wide and smooth reflecting surface at the end of its color gradient that features a number of colorful independent pieces. Created by MUT Design, the mirror is composed a number of mirrors attached to each other at a 45 degree angle to present a spectacular effect.
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3. Eclipse Mirror
Presented at Maison & Objet back in 2007, the Eclipse Mirror by Bodo Sperlein is created using Swarovski and Corian crystals. Fluorescent lights provide the backlight for the spectacular mirror that mimics lunar landscape while referencing an eclipse.
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4. Sensor Mirror
The Sensor Mirror from Simple Human is a high tech companion for the everyday fashionista who doesn’t want to leave her makeup to chance. The hi-tech mirror comes with a built in sensor and lights that can sense when a person is approaching or standing in front of the mirror. This allows the mirror to provide ample amounts of ambient light when someone stands in front of it which incidentally also makes applying makeup a breeze.
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5. Fiction Mirror
Designed for Glas Italia by Jean-Marie Massaud, the Fiction Mirror set is fashioned out of extralight glass that makes them look like they are disappearing right in front of the beholders eye. The disappearing effect is caused by the used of degrading shaded silvering that gives the mirrors a ghost-like effect.
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