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If we look carefully to the disposition of the furniture at our home, it’s undeniable to confirm that mirrors play a decisive role in home decoration. Looking briefly through this specific decoration’s detail, it’s obvious that simple and just functional mirrors can impair a living room. A mirror is always a great idea to open up a room and add light.

Xenorhabdus  by Domestic

Although, the opposite can also happen: a distinguished mirror can make the difference in a decoration of a place. After understanding the really meaning of mirrors in decoration, we concluded that we should make a list of the most exclusive mirrors, in order to help our readers to chose the most eloquent, inspiring and rare mirrors.


Wah ! by Domestic

We start with Domestic mirrors. Run by Stéphane Arriubergé and Massimiliano Iorio, Domestic introduces collections of objects designed by designers, graphic artists and artists gathered around innovating and new concepts and themes.

Rising Star by Domestic

Domestic launched a collection which removes the mirror from its setting and its customary codes. Furniture collection which hands over to the user to give body to a functional object from a kit thought out by a designer.

Marie Antoinette by Boca do Lobo

Marie Antoinette, a magnificent wall mirror from Boca do Lobo, is inspired in the controversy Marie Antoinette and in the greatest times of the French royalty, where impressive and large-scale pieces marked the halls of Palace of Versailles and its big and luxurious parties. This mirror is capable to enhance any living room or lobby of nowadays; it’s a large-scale piece with 2,20m of grandiosity hand carved and covered by silver leaf with high gloss varnish finish.

Guilt by Koket

Guilt mirror, from Koket, has conquered the second place. Its sculptured gold tones of hammed and textured metal highlight the majesty that Guilt mirror invokes. This convex mirror is an excellent example of distinction at home.

Biba by HIVE

We were really caught by Biba mirror’s originality: you’ll be surprised to know that this mirror from HIVE and designed by Kenneth Cobonpue is inspired by colours taken from spiders and insects! Rattan vines are hand dyed and painted then tied to a metal frame and coloured in a combination of black and orange… Indeed, a unique and a exclusive mirror.

Apollo by Boca do Lobo

Apollo mirror from Boca do Lobo won a significant place in our list. Its elegance Is reflected in its thirteen mirrors, which are framed in wood and supported by twenty-one turned wood spindles. All the eyes will be attracted to this original mirror. Apollo Mirror is a generously sized wall mirror featuring a highly decorative starburst shape, complimenting any home decoration.

Dusk Draw Mirror by Droog

In what concerns to Dusk Draw Mirror, designed by Minale-Maeda for DROOG , its well-known reputation talks for itself: named one of the best domestic designs in the seventh Wallpaper* design awards, it is absolutely rare and exclusive. Inspired by a reflection on a pool of water of the sky at dusk or dawn—the archetypical mirror—has become the basis for this mirror.

Camilla by Christopher Guy

Camilla, from Christopher Guy, draws our attention through its magnificent design, calling us to its apparent endless black spiral, creating a visual effect hard to equalize. It is one of the Christopher Guy legendary designs, launched to commemorate hurricane Katrina, and the chapeau worn at the royal wedding by Camilla Parker Bowles.

Akomeogi by Christopher Guy

The Akomeogi, crafted by the world’s finest master carvers within Christopher Guy’s ateliers, is a contemplative mirror finished in gold. Indeed, it is the ideal choice to bring light to your living room.

Rêve by Koket

The inspiring Rêve Mirror, from Koket is an invitation to dream: the lust after Rêve finished in a matte black exterior with a high gloss metallic interior really does the difference in a home that aims to be exclusive and rare.

River Mirrors by Caryn Moberly

We finish with this design mirror from River Mirrors by Caryn Moberly, an eye-catching design that cleverly uses the natural beauty of wood. It’s an elegantly simple design: a frame for the mirror is formed with two pieces of wood running either side. The mirror flows between the two pieces, its own perfect smoothness highlighting the rough and rustic appearance of the wood.

River Mirrors by Caryn Moberly

Our choices aren’t suffice to cover the myriad of unique mirrors that exist: although, we surely know that we presented to you the best of them. Now, it’s up to you to enjoy the quality of the mirrors presented and (why not?) to take this opportunity to attribute to your home a special touch with one of this distinguished pieces



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