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Mirrors That Remind Us of Mondrian

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Mirrors That Remind Us of Mondrian

Sarah Lonsdale January 24, 2012

We like the Mondrian-esque palette of colors on these mirrors designed by Grain, which add both a touch of texture and color to the wall.

We've been keeping an eye on Grain, a Bainbridge Island, WA, collaborative, for a while now. Owners Chelsea Green and James Minola met during a course in Guatemala while studying at the Rhode Island School of Design. In 2008, the socially conscious couple launched a line of products created as sustainably as possible in the Pacific Northwest and in collaboration with artisan communities in Guatemala. We recently featured their popular shower curtain (see our previous post: Bath: Ty DIY Shower Curtain from Grain). The Bound Mirrors below feature hemp twine around the rim and are available in a selection of colors.

Above: Large Bound Mirror in Red Multi ($1,475) and Small Bound Mirror in Blue Multi ($995).

Above: The mirrors are made with FSC-certified Baltic birch plywood and hemp twine.

Above: The mirrors have a touch of color and texture.

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