Mirrors don’t have to serve exclusively for one purpose of serving your own reflection, it can also portray as an piece of art, that is one of a kind. Wall Mirrors introduces you an eccentric collection of abstract mirrors, brought to you by Mestizodisenio.
Normally around the house, there’s never a main concern with the accessories, specially mirrors. Often presented as a standard shape mirror, it doesn’t stand out from the landscape, as it definitely could.
With those concerns in mind, the ordinary idea of the mirror was pushed to the side, and then it was born the collection of abstract mirrors – Panorama – designed by Leonardo Puppo, of Mestizodisenio design studio.
Within the Panorama collection, it’s included mirrors that present an abstract shape, as it’s suggested on the concept of the collection, and also a different dimension between every mirror available. These are the items that could bring out another vibe to your home, since it presents itself as a beautifully irregular shape.
Due to their particular shape, it’s also possible to place them as you desire, either vertically, horizontally, and many other ways. You can use that crucial details to your advantage, according to the placement of your items throughout the house. You can also paired them up, separate them, and choose the best angle to position it.
The Panorama Collection contains the Gota Model S, Ventana Model M, the Gota Model M, that sit on the category of the smallest mirrors, the Paradoja Model, which presents the most illusional reflection, and the Ventana Model L that is the largest mirror of the collection.
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