The inspiration you get to your home décor, mostly comes from the projects from top interior designers. Sometimes, their selection and furniture placements meet the needs you didn’t even knew you had. Wall Mirrors demonstrates some of those examples, when it comes to accessories such as the following wall mirrors.
Alyssa Kapito designed this project inspiring herself on a Mid-Century concept. Through that mindset, she placed rustic looking furniture, along with the perfect combination of a irregular shaped mirror, that completes the Mid-Century look.
In a more classical look, Katharine Pooley invested on sophisticated and traditional furniture, that clearly shows the classic concept. To complete such style, two equal mirrors were place on opposite sides of the room, also sitting on a classic shape.
In this case, Pierre Yovanovitch chose an out-of-the-box mirror to complete this Mid-Century look, within this project. This concave mirror is definitely the main attraction of this room, and it’s perfectly placed to receive all the attention, since it’s facing directly the sofa.
Inspired by the lava flow, from a volcano, Brabbu presents you the Cay round mirror. Created from matte casted brass, this flat mirror is a great example of an accessory to complete your bedroom, or even your living room, looking perfect over a console table.
This exquisite mirror is a creation of Boca do Lobo and it’s called Piccadilly Mirror. This extraordinary piece is a result of explorations and impossible constructions. This convex mirror is one of the reasons of why a mirror should be considered a piece of art.
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