Now surfacing: Decorative mirrors in a range of tints, many of which haven’t been seen since the Art Deco era. Though not suggested for applying makeup, they’re ideal as light-catching, glimmering space enlargers. So if you’re short on square footage or windows, consider strategically planting some of these.
Above: A sampling of artist Maureen Fullam’s Handmade Mirrors at Egan Day, an “object gallery” and jewelry store in Philadelphia. Sold individually, the mirrors come in a range of shapes and tints (including aqua) and are finished with blackened metal edges that form a minimalist frame. Photograph via Egan Day.
Above: A rose-colored mirror in Studio Oink’s apartment makeover in Mainz, Germany—see Earthly and Ethereal. A similar round design, the Bloomingville Round Wall Mirror is available from Wayfair in two sizes: The 15.5-inch diameter is $110.99; the 27.5 inch is $365.94.
Above: Swedish line AYTM’s Circum Mirrors come in rose and black, in two sizes.
Above: Puddle-like oval mirrors by MC & Co. hang in artist-designer Corinne Gilbert’s Brooklyn home studio. Go to Corinne Gilbert to inquire about availability—and read her tips on How to Decorate Like a Frenchwoman. See more of her home in the Remodelista book. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista.
Ikea’s honeycomb-shaped glass Hönefoss mirror tiles come in two tints and are $29.99 for a 10-pack (five of each color). They’re backed with double-stick tape and can be hung in lots of different configurations.