The Fairest Mirrors of Them All by

Issue 78 · Heading South · June 24, 2013

The Fairest Mirrors of Them All

Issue 78 · Heading South · June 24, 2013

It's no secret that we're fans of the work of design house Casamidy, located in the picturesque town of San Miguel de Allende in Mexico. Founded in 1998 by husband and wife design duo Jorge Almada and Anne-Marie Midy, the company draws on local traditional artisan methods to create a contemporary line of furniture and goods for the home. Again and again, we find ourselves drawn to their mirrors, which manage to combine classic Old World tradition with a contemporary flair. Here's a roundup of some of our favorites. Product pricing available upon request. For more, go to Casamidy.

Casamidy mirror: Remodelista

Above: Star Mirror (L) and the Opium Mirror (R) are available in custom colors, plated in nickel or copper or in white, black, or brown powder coat.

Casamidy mirror: Remodelista

Above: The Almidi Mirror is available in two sizes: the small is 29 inches high and the large, shown here, is 75 inches high. Custom finishes available.

Casamidy mirror: Remodelista

Above: The wrought iron Guardi Mirror is available in nickel plate or gold or silver leaf finish. The strap comes in brown, black, saddle or raw leather.

Casamidy mirror: Remodelista

Above: The Plume Mirror comes in two sizes: the small is 32 inches high and the large, shown here, is 79 inches high. Available in custom color paint, plated in nickel or copper or white, black or brown powder coat.

Casamidy mirror: Remodelista

Above: The wrought iron Burano Mirror is available in lacquer over iron or in silver or gold leaf.

Casamidy mirror: Remodelista

Above: The wrought iron Canaletto Mirror comes in nickel plate only. 

Casamidy mirror: Remodelista

Above: The wrought iron St. Mark's Mirror is available in silver or gold leaf finish.

Check out the equally compelling line of Casamidy Lanterns.



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