Mirror, mirror on the wall. Which shape is the fairest of them all? Curves, diamonds, hexagons, arches. Never have there been so many shapes from which to choose.
“Organic shapes in general are trending right now, and mirrors with irregular shapes bring more personality into a space better than a traditional mirror. Why not bring a little interest to something that was previously just practical and functional?” says Flora Antelmi, Sales Expert & Brand Ambassador at Ligne Roset New York, who provides interior design services through the flagship store in New York City. Also, “using a mirror as a substitute for a work of art will bring another dimension to your space. It adds the illusion of more space, rather than taking up visual space on your wall like an actual piece of art.”
Diamond on the Wall
This dramatic shaped mirror frames its subject in tessellated malachite, a precious stone believed to have healing properties. Each piece of stone is placed by hand on the frame and subtly reflects ambient light. $899 CB2.com
Mon Beau Mirror
Diamond shaped chromed steel frames this stylish mirror designed by Michael Koenig. It’s available in two sizes, small or large and looks great whether hung individually or together.
From $620 Ligne Roset Flagship New York
“Biscuit” designed by Michael Koenig is an amalgamation of multi-sized mirrors creating one large mirror. “Biscuit” can be hung horizontally or vertically and works well in a hallway, bathroom or even above a fireplace.
$1,930 Ligne Roset Flagship New York
Abel Black Round
Roughhewn black aluminum frames this irregular round mirror.
Hubba Pebble Accent
Hubba pebble is part of Umbra’s Hubba mirror collection including, the Hubba arched mirror, Hubba wall mirror, and Hubba arched leaning mirror. It’s easy to install with non-damaging adhesive.
Designed to be hung horizontally or vertically, the shape is inspired by free-flowing water. Works as a statement piece in an entry way or living room or is functional as a bedroom or bathroom mirror.