Mirror, Mirror On The Wall: Discover The Most Beautiful Mirrors Of Them All – The silvered-glass mirrors that we know today first got their start in Germany, almost 200 years ago. By the hands of German chemist Justus von Liebig, they were created by a process of applying a thin layer of metallic silver to one side of a pane of clear class. The technique was then adapted and improved, leading to the mass production of mirrors. Today, The Most Expensive Homes blog presents a list of the most beautiful mirrors from LUXXU and other brands. Keep reading to find out more!
An ode to one of Portugal’s most important kings, D. Dinis was also a poet and a lover of education, having founded the oldest university in Portugal. D. Dinis Mirror comes from the mindset of seeking the knowledge to recreate a time-honored design through contemporary eyes. Meticulously handcrafted by the most skilled artisans, this accent wall mirror reinvents the concepts of classic furniture designs.
The D.Dinis luxury big mirror embodies the classic Parisian style in its golden detailed frame while capturing glimpses of irreverent and modern features on the surface. A distorting clear mirror bursts for unexpected juxtaposition.
An imposing antique gold mirror that challenges the history and cherishes it at the same time, born to be a must-have in any luxury room.
Halo is the name of a phenomenon produced by light interacting with ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere. Halos can have many forms, ranging from colored or white rings to arcs and spots in the sky.
Composed of a set of three mirrors, it allows for different displays and creative settings. The big mirrors with different shapes have an elegant gold frame accent, perfect for contemporary interiors and elegant rooms, from stylish bedrooms to upscale halls or living rooms.
The Algerone mirror’s fractured form, which is divided into three asymmetrical frames, was intended to transmit a more unusual aesthetic that adds depth and interest to any place it graces. The leather and brass embellishments on each frame add to the decorative charm of the mirror.
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Based upon the Chiloe Archipelago of the Patagonian region, with one small island mostly surrounded by water on the eastern and western sides. This circular piece mirrors exactly this landmass and its morphology. Embodying the island, this mirror has a small Patagonian marble circle, while the two circular mirrors: a clear mirror and an aged mirror, represent the clear and crystal waters of the archipelago. The fine metal champagne finishes and the built-in light elevates this mirror into a refined and timeless piece.
Reflecting some of the best handcraft techniques, Slater Mirror is the perfect arty piece to add to any room. Amorphous, organic shapes define this item, where a mirror is merged with chic metal champagne. A set of three pieces, with endless possibilities and combinations.
Following the McQueen family floral leafs aesthetic, the new McQueen II Wall Mirror has a more simple approach to its design. Simplicity is beauty and this mirror has a contemporary luxury, kept in the tradition of the jewelry artisans. Like a savage beauty, this elegant design piece brings the powerful evocation of the sublime. The magnificent foliage is made of hammered brass with a gold-plated finish and a rhythmic luminosity of the crystals.
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A different version of the D. Dinis mirror by Boca do Lobo, the D. Dinis Fragmented Mirror is also a tribute to one of Portugal’s most significant rulers. Created with the intention of learning how to reimagine a classic design with modern sensibilities, this accent wall mirror captures glimmers of irreverent and modern elements on the surface while embodying the traditional Parisian style in its golden ornate frame. Fragmented mirrors burst for unexpected juxtaposition. An imposing antique gold mirror that both challenges and treasures history was created to be a must-have in any opulent area.
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