Add a touch of Parisian antiquity to your garden with this delightful shuttered mirror. The frame and surround have been beautifully weathered for a vintage look that will perk up your garden or patio splendidly.
This rustic, Parisian mirror will bring a great amount of light, depth, and character to any suitable garden area. The frame and surround are weathered to bear an appearance which oozes vintage charm. The mirror is made of real glass which can be left outside to weather naturally or polished as you see fit. This mirror will become a lovely focal point in your garden that all of your friends and family will adore.
Please note: The colour of this mirror can vary from a light to a darker blue.
Height 75cm (2ft 5½in) x Width 39cm (1ft 3¼in) x Depth 4cm (1½in) Please note: These dimensions are with the shutters closed
Thanks to Mrs M for these photos of the mirror above her garden pond. Why not get this look with our pond plants , garden ponds and fountain pumps.
"I have had one for 3 years and still looks great.I have bought 4 more to give to my Children now that they have gardens of their own."
Reviewed Sunday, 30 September 2018
"A little smaller than we thought but still looks great"
Reviewed Monday, 17 September 2018
"Look perfect on patio wall"
Reviewed Wednesday, 12 September 2018
"Very nice to look at but the back isn't waterproof so not sure how long it will last."
Reviewed Wednesday, 29 August 2018
"Just what every small garden needs"
Reviewed Wednesday, 18 July 2018
"Excellent really pleased with my purchase"
Reviewed Wednesday, 4 July 2018
"Great mirror, it brightens a boring garage wall with some trellis and climbers round it."
Reviewed Thursday, 7 June 2018
"Absolutely adore this addition to my tiny outdoor space!"
Reviewed Tuesday, 29 May 2018
"The product I bought is fine. Would have been better still if it had had fittings to keep the two shutters secure either when open or closed."
Reviewed Wednesday, 9 May 2018
"It is exactly as described and looks exactly like the picture. Looks good."
Reviewed Sunday, 1 April 2018