A wonderful antique looking mirror with beautiful shutters; stylish, but rustic, this mirror will fit perfectly into your garden. The mirror has been made out of glass, which provides a perfect reflection, helping to add an illusion of space and depth to the area. This fantastic mirror will bring to life any area of the garden.
This stylish mirror looks great on any garden wall and adds a feeling of space and depth to even the smallest of spaces. The rustic and quaint frame design makes this mirror stand out no matter where you put it, making it a great garden feature in larger areas or a striking centrepiece in smaller ones.
The mirror has a beautiful rustic wooden frame and shutters. The shutters could be at home in any French province, with its rustic, yet contemporary style. You can keep them open or closed, to create whatever effect you desire. The gorgeous finish on this frame is deliberately weathered and distressed, adding to the rustic and antique feel.
Glass has been used as a material for mirrors for thousands of years. Now with modern technology and manufacturing you can be sure that your mirror gives an almost perfect reflection. Glass is a harder material than acrylic making it more resistant to scratches and scuffs, helping your mirror remain clearer for longer.
The above photo is courtesy of ITV's Love Your Garden with Alan Titchmarsh.
Many thanks to Lynn Fancy from lemonscake.co.uk for her review of three of our illusion mirrors. This is the first mirror featured. We also sell the second and third mirror shown.
"Good choice...prompt delivery...well packaged..excellent product."
Reviewed Tuesday, 2 January 2018
"came the next day and was very well packaged up"
Reviewed Monday, 20 June 2016
Reviewed Saturday, 18 June 2016
Reviewed Wednesday, 16 March 2016
Reviewed Sunday, 12 July 2015
"Great product at a great price, thanks"
Reviewed Thursday, 18 June 2015
"Excellent quality really pleased with the Garden Mirror, would order from this company again."
Reviewed Tuesday, 2 June 2015
"Looks good in the garden. Worth every penny."
Reviewed Wednesday, 30 July 2014
Reviewed Monday, 28 July 2014