India Mahdavi is regarded as one of the best interior designers in the world due to her unique aesthetic and eclectic style. The work of the Paris-based interior, furnishings and object designer is centered on imagination and that is one of the reasons why it is so appealing. Today, Wall Mirrors will talk about a particular and playful design created by Mahdavi, but first, let’s get to know a little bit more about her style.
Humor plays an important part in her design. She uses simple yet noble materials such as wood, lacquer and ceramic. In her mind, her furniture pieces are designed as accessories, they blend and become an important and integral piece of someone’s space. She is also considered to be the reigning queen of colour, but above all, her furniture captures her personality – modern, elegant and out of the ordinary.
The talented creative has designed a simple yet small wall mirror, Treffle, that is simply too charming to resist.
Featuring a frame with a rattan finish and organic materials, the Trefle Mirror showcases a simple yet extremely elegant structure, allowing it to be incorporated in any kind of interior space, from luxury hotels to home interiors.
As a matter of fact, this striking mirror is actually a part of the decorations of many of them, such as Hotel Thoumieux in Paris and Hôtel du Cloître in Arles.
In addition, Trefle can also be found at the New York-based Ralph Pucci International alongside other astonishing pieces from Mahdavi‘s spirited line of furnishings.
Small Trefle: H80cm / W80cm / D4cm. Large Trefle: H100cm / W100cm / D4cm. Finish: Rattan. Origin: Made In France.
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