David Linley is a London-based design studio that specialises in luxury design and refurbishments for private and commercial projects. Their design approach lies in focusing and meeting the client’s needs and exceeding their expectations by creating elegant interiors. Today’s article will be about the brand’s extraordinary wall mirror designs.
The Helix Wall Mirror was inspired by the 20th-century Danish cabinet-making as it fuses the excellence of traditional techniques with modern design. Its frame displays a double helix motif in marquetry inlay of Indian rosewood, ebony and satinwood.
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Featuring Macassar ebony veneers, the Henley Macassar Medium Mirror is defined by a singular geometric pattern.
Characterized as both timeless and contemporary, the Linley Classic Wall Mirror features contrasting inlays, veneers and architecturally inspired detailing.
The frame of the Henley triangle mirrors is decorated with individual hand-coloured veneers. The geometric forms of this vibrant piece were inspired by the work of the genius Italian architect and designer, Giò Ponti.
The Studio #20 Mirror was named after the photography studio of David Linley’s father. It is handcrafted in black stained oak with inlaid grey sycamore detailing. The design of this mirror gives you the perspective of a camera lens.
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