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Besides furnishing, there are many other ways to decorate your home! For example, Wall Mirrors. This accessory is a brilliant way to reflect the light from the window and already exciting lighting. It also can help to create an illusion in a small apartment to make it feel bigger. To help you, BRABBU has some examples of Wall Mirrors to decorate your home.
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Huli is a tribe from Papua New Guinea known for painting their faces yellow, red and white to impress the enemy. This ritual was the inspiration behind HULI Round Mirror, made of matte casted brass.
As the previous one, this is the same mirror but with a different shape. The inspiration is the same and is also made of matte casted brass. More than a wall mirror, it is a decorative item that will spice any wall.
Here you can find an example of how you can decor your hall with this mirror.
Kayan women are known for using neck rings with the intention of lengthening their necks. All the way from Myanmar, KAYAN Round Mirror is made of a unique aged brushed brass structure.
Here you can find an example of how can this mirror beautify your home decor. It fits perfectly in a living room and it gives a new aura into the room.
In Greek Mythology, Helios was the personification of the Sun. It is said that each dawn, he rose from the far ends of the earth with the shining aureole of the Sun. This inspired the creation of HELIOS Mirror, that has a finish in gold leaf.
Here you can find KOI Console Table that steals the attention with its unique brass structure. On top of it, CALLA Table Light breathes true elegance while, above it, HELIOS Mirror and CYBO Wall Light spice up the wall.
Equal to the previous one, the Kumi II is a treasure coveted by many.
With origins in Japan, Kumi is an oyster with an undeniable beauty. KUMI Mirror pays tribute to its allure
through its glossy hammered aged brass.
A contemporary design full of feature pieces that bring nature to the very heart of your own home. With the KUMI Mirror and DAKOTA Sofa, you’ll be able to transform your living room into a comforting retreat.
One of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs is located in Belize. Its unbelievable beauty inspired the creation of BELIZE Mirror, made of silver leaf with shades of translucent red and black. But what makes this round mirror unique is the polished brass details.
Belize mirror fits very well or in a bathroom, as you can see or even in a hall and it gives the final touch to make a perfect decor.
In traditional Chinese culture, bamboo represents many qualities such as uprightness and tenacity. HAIKU Round Mirror honors these traits through its copper leaf with black translucent varnish structure. Capable of reflecting the best in you, this decorative mirror will be the perfect complement to a modern interior design.
A large round mirror as the centerpiece in a Japanese villa décor with matching wood and brass stools.
Iris is the part of the eye that changes and controls our perception of light, shapes, and colors. IRIS Round Mirror enhances all these features through its structure in lacquer, palisander wood veneer, golden leaf and a convex mirror.
A mid-century modern living room décor with a geometric console table with storage, a large wall mirror, a contemporary table lamp and an orange patterned rug.
Kaamos is the Finnish translation to Polar Night, a natural phenomenon that happens in the Arctic Circle. KAAMOS Mirror took inspiration from this incredible event. With a frame in glossy walnut root veneer, brass, and copper, this round mirror will give a touch of strength and class to your modern interior design.
A green emerald sofa with capitoné in a modern home décor. This fierce living room set counts as well with the gold from the wall lamps and round mirror to contrast with the other pieces.
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