More than ever mirrors are being used to bring a sculptural decorative element to walls. Streamlined versions of traditional bistro mirrors bring stunning proportions to walls and instant wow factor.
New frames in mint greens, brass and blues as well as leather and raw untreated timber look stunning in just about any room in the house.
Custom shapes mean interior designers can think beyond traditional rectangles, circles and ovals and mirrors are being hung from utilitarian rail systems.
Maple apartments, Melbourne, by You Me Studio
Froisse mirror by Mathias Kiss