Interior design is all about achieving the perfect combination of elements, features, and details – and that’s exactly what brings us here today. Luxury Mirrors are always the right choice if you want to add a meaningful, layered tone to your home. These wonderful luxury mirrors are capable of making rooms feel brighter and even bigger!
Born from the legend of the Sherwood Forest, Robin Mirror by Boca do Lobo represents the strength and character of noble ages, with a twist and a modern approach.
Luxury floor mirror with frame in solid walnut, created by Cattelan Italia. This piece is perfect for classic interiors.
A stunning light mirror, with a sense of luxury and contemporary style. This luxury mirror is a sublime and powerful evocation of savage beauty.
Taking the shape of a diamond, this luxury mirror is dynamic and luxurious, where the use of a polished brass structure enhances the luxurious element within this object
Empire mirror has put the standards on exquisite and exceptional design really high. With powerful lines, the result of an extraordinary precision of handmade techniques, that can transform any space into a luxurious atmosphere!
Marie Thérèse, the eldest daughter of Marie Antoinette, and Louis XVI, the last King of France, lived a life far from monarchal. This story is represented in this luxury mirror through beautiful lines and special elements.
All the way from Myanmar, the Kayan mirror represents the Kayan women that use neck rings with the intention of lengthening them. This luxury mirror has noting boring about it,
Wall mirror in mirrored glass or fumé glass. Simple design with clean lines sometimes is just the right choice!
Inspired by the traditional Venetian mirrors, the Addicta mirror by Koket makes an opulent statement, with a subversive glamour that is just unforgettable and mesmerizing!
And last suggestion is probably the most surprising luxury mirror, that is considered by many people as a masterpiece! The mystic of late XIX century boulevards is brought home Lumière wall mirror lamp. A confluence of Victorian street lights and architectural tectonic form, the Lumiere exemplifies the contemporary dualities of art and functionality.