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  • PRODUCT WATCH: A world of mirrors

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    PRODUCT WATCH: A world of mirrors

    Following designer Peter Mance’s editorial gaze into reflective surfaces, Hotel Designs takes a look at Mirror Mania’s world of mirrors…

    There’s something truly special about a unique, handmade mirror. Mirror Mania believes that a mirror is much more than a simple reflective surface – it is a work of art that can truly enhance and transform its surroundings.

    Established for more than 20 years, the company is a family run business, based in Norfolk where we design and manufacture all our mirrors.

    Headed by one of the Britain’s leading Mirror Artists – Phillip Orr, the brand understands that it is sometimes difficult to find a company that offers unique and bespoke products which is why its wide range of handmade, exclusively designed products, include art deco, modern and traditional designs, as wells as framed, frameless and metal framed mirrors, ceiling domes and decorative glass panels.

    Whether designers are looking for a mirror to enhance their interior theme, or they need a mirror around which to design a room, Mirror Mania’s one-of-a-kind designs are sure to meet your requirements. Each mirror takes its inspiration from different works of art – including culture-inspired themes.

    Mirrors inspired by cultures of the world

    Different cultures often inspire interior decor trends – the last few years have seen major influences from Morocco, Japan and Scandinavia. If you’re going for a country theme in your home, it needs to run through all aspects of your decor. The company has rounded up some of its favourite hand-crafted mirrors from our collection to suit whatever style – or country – you’re creating in your home.

    Scandanavia

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    Contrasting colours and a combination of smooth and sharp lines means this gorgeous circular mirror will complement any Scandinavian themed interior. With a choice of bronze, black or grey glass effects and various trimming colours, you can truly make this mirror your own.

    Greece

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    With staggered vertical mirrors and an overhanging edge, this stunning mirror is reminiscent of the temples of ancient Greece. For a statement of grandeur and luxury, there really is no other choice – while the bronze colouring makes this mirror bang on trend, and perfect for combining with lush colourways.

    Africa

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    African-inspired interiors can’t be complete without a safari theme, and this beautiful zebra striped glass wall art is the perfect way to add a modern safari feel to any room. Hand painted stripes and a strip of narrow mirror creates the perfect combination of elegance and authentic style.

    England

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    This mirror could have been taken from any mill in England. Reminiscent of the industrial Victorian era with black metal edging and a tall, curved arch, this authentic mirror will look wonderful in any surroundings that nod to the bygone Industrial Revolution.

    Japan

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    If you’re going for an Oriental theme, this mirror embodies the Far East style: minimalist symmetry. The metal frame – available in a selection of colours – adds a modern twist to this stunning Oriental style mirror.

    Handmade mirrors delivered internationally

    The company recently received an order from North Carolina, for two of our Babushka mirrors. The geometric style and sharp lines make this mirror stand out – and geography doesn’t need to stand in the way of you and your perfect mirror.

    With international delivery from Mirror Mania, you can place your order from anywhere in the world and the company will ensure it is delivered to you in perfect condition.

    Mirror Mania is one of the brands that has taken advantage of our Industry Support Package. To keep up to date with supplier news, click here

    Main image credit: Mirror Mania

    Hamish Kilburn / 15.07.2020

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