Today, Wall Mirrors brings you seven stunningly artistic wall mirrors from acclaimed designer Herve van der Straeten that are simply everything one wishes to have in a home when it comes to decorating with luxury accessories. The independent artist-designer, Herve Van der Straeten first rose to fame for his jewelry creations, and since then, he has become one of the most recognised creators in the industry, for its furniture, accessories, and lighting designs.
In Straeten’s designs, one can clearly see a contrast of materials, bold variations of form, defiant volumes, and elegant lines that are combined with perfect proportions. It is his care for precision and meticulous attention to detail that make these pieces so stunning. So be inspired by these seven spectacularly artistic looking wall mirrors.
The geometrical form of this mirror evokes an extremely sculptural like vibe to its design.
This colorful round mirror that resembles the shape of a lollypop displays a plexiglass, gilt and black patinated bronze frame.
The Mikado mirror is finished in black patinated and polished bronze.
The Nid Mirror will add glamour and exclusivity to any living room set, due to its golden-brown patinated bronze frame.
Perhaps one of the most stunning mirrors from his collection, Saturnales is a masterpiece that features a golden-brown patinated bronze exterior frame, and a chocolate patinated bronze finish and faded plum lacquered wood in its center.
Available in anodized blue or grey aluminium, the Solaire mirror is completed in a black patinated and polished bronze frame.
Just like the Saturnales mirror, Tumulte is also finished in patinated bronze and faded plum lacquered wood and displays strong golden-brown and dark chocolate tones.
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