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Mid-Century Modern Mirrors that Will Bring Retro Glam to Your HomeWednesday 12 September 2018
Mid-Century Modern Mirrors that Will Bring Retro Glam to Your Home ⇒ Over the past weeks, CovetED has explored the mid-century modern design style to its full extent showcasing spaces and products that quintessentially follow the characteristics of this style, from its simple and organic lines to its innovative accents. Today, we are going to delve into mid-century modern mirrors that will bring retro glam back to one’s home interiors, so take a look and be prepared to be inspired.
The polished brass structure of this mirror by Essential Home is simply incredible. The five-side Diamond small mirror was inspired by the asymmetrical and dazzling shapes of a Diamond rock, making the ultimate combination of geometry and design.
Best defined by its unconventional style, BLOW is one of the most interesting collections one has seen in quite some time. Studio Job’s extraordinary style and design merge perfectly with Seletti’s own design, resulting in a series of cutting-edge designs. Flash, Peace and Mouth are the iconic wall mirrors a part of this unique collection. These multicoloured and frameless mirrors were all made from glass.
Kelly Wearstler designed this extraordinary Alta racetrack mirror that has a subtle shape and a metallic frame finished in burnished bronze patina. Wearstler was able to turn this unique mirror into a matchless masterpiece.
This mid-century modern mirror gives a unique glam retro touch to this exceptionally decorated bathroom design. Its gold accents match perfectly with the purple wallpaper.
Ghiró Studio created the Merida mid-century modern design that presents an unusual design on a mauve-tinted glass with acid etched and non-etched areas. This intriguing piece also features a sunburst pattern.
Although this mirror can embody many styles, its aesthetic nature represents a bit of traditionality as well as contemporaneity. The Huli mirror by Brabbu is finished in glossy hammered ages brass.
Christopher Guy robustly carved this beautiful mirror with giltwood resulting in its spectacular bevelled form.
This aesthetically layered mirror by Italian brand Rimadesio is what dynamism is all about. Due to its layers having diverging colours, this mirror presents a unique visual effect.
This mid-century living room features a simple yet varied colour scheme and includes a remarkable sunburst wall mirror in gold tones.
The elegant Aspectu Mirror from FBC London has various layers of semi-reflective transparent mirrors whose design is further enhanced by a gold leaf dispersion. It also features a holding cast bronze planished rod that separates the layers.
A contemporary descendant of mid-century modern style, Quantum circular wall mirror is not just a spot-on reﬂection of the atomic age design, it is a leap forward. A set of gold-plated spheres arranged in a circular pattern.
Designed by the late Karl Springer, the Saturn mirror is a quintessential mid-century piece that gains a modern touch with its curved mirrored panels and bevelled edges.
This original mirror was designed by Max Ingrand for FontanaArte. It features a crest-shape with angular bevel edges. On its sides, candelabra sockets were added to give it an even more exclusive and vintage touch.
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