Los Angeles–based interior designer John Linden fell into the art of mirrored glass after designing so many custom pieces in his projects that he found himself with a network of reliable glass suppliers across LA, Chicago, and New York. Three years ago, Linden decided to dedicate a business to wall mirrors and mirrored surfaces. Mirror Cooperative (or Mirror Coop) offers antiqued and colored mirrors as wall decor and custom designs (mirrored furniture, surfaces, and mosaics). We like the idea of making custom glass projects accessible to those outside of trade. We’re already planning out our next kitchen backsplash and hallway renovation, all in antiqued mirrors.
Above: A custom mosaic mirror created from antiqued mirror wall tiles.
Above: A vintage wooden tray is built out with a speckled glass mirror. A swatch is $20 on Mirror Coop’s Etsy shop.
Above: Mirrored Side Tables, shown here in gold, range from $800 to $1,160.
Above: The Colorful Blue and Pink Antiqued Mirror Swatch is $20 and can be used for custom designs.
Above: An example of one of Linden’s antiqued mirror drawer fronts on a Cabinet.
Above: One of our favorite uses for Mirror Coop’s tiles is an example of a mosaic backsplash of antiqued mirrors.
For more application ideas, see our posts:
- Smoke and Mirrors: A Glittery New Cocktail Bar in SF
- 10 Favorites: The Multi-Mirrored Bath
- 5 Favorites: Mirror in the Kitchen
- High/Low: Faceted Mirror