Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn! With the sun luckily still peeking behind the clouds some days, I also found myself turning on the stove during the first chilly evenings, a sign autumn really arrived. I personally love this time of the year to create new corners, add a bit of colour I normally don’t use, buy branches and take out the extra blankets like most of us. I have to confess that every year I am also tempted to paint the bedroom in a dark autumn colour and with the new dark wooden floor I even might really try to do something new.
Something else I have been completely fascinated by is the idea of adding mirrors to my home. I think the combination of candlelight and mirrors is a golden match, it has something magical to see candlelight reflected in a mirror. I do have an old French mirror myself, high on my wish though are a few darker bronzed and weathered mirrors or a combination with brass, a material that returns in various places in my house.
Weathered glass has a beautiful industrial look because it has undergone an ageing process. As a result, the glass is no longer completely clear, which gives the mirror the tough and weathered look I love. At imm Belgian
Ethnicraft Frameless Mirror
The Ethnicraft Frameless Mirror in the first picture has undergone an ageing process giving it the beautiful dark industrial look I like so much. A sturdy mirror that has an extra industrial look due to the lack of a frame. This mirror has a bronze version and a clear version that has undergone a lighter ageing process. Smaller square sizes are available as wel as the tall floor mirror. I can only dream of a few mirrors like this together in a row.
Irregular shaped mirrors
If you prefer a cleaner less industrial and more Scandinavian look and still something different then what we were used too an irregular shaped
Anderssen & Voll designed this series of mirrors for Muuto in different versions and sizes and a combination of powder coated material and coloured glass suitable for all rooms. The mirrors can be mounted both horizontally and vertically, or stand alone as a beautiful object, together they can be used to add an artistic design on the wall.
Inspired by free-flowing moments of water founder Trine Anderson of