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Whether you want to add some space to a garden nook, or brighten up a dreary garden wall, this beautifully styled glass mirror is a great garden addition. Featuring an attractive aged effect, the frame has shutters which can be open or closed.
We all hate feeling cramped. So if you want to add the feeling of space and depth to your smaller-than-average outside spaces, then mirrors are a great way to get a sense of roominess at a minimum of cost and fuss.
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.
This beautifully styled wooden frame is reminiscent of grand 19th century American houses and has been skilfully weathered to make the finish all the more convincing. This product looks great with the shutters open or closed, making it perfect for any area or time of day.
Many thanks to Lynn Fancy from lemonscake.co.uk for her review of three of our illusion mirrors. This is the second mirror featured. We also sell the first and third mirror shown.
"Looks great in the garden"
Reviewed Monday, 16 July 2018
"Great product ..looks the business in my garden."
Reviewed Saturday, 2 June 2018
"Very pleased with mirror."
Reviewed Sunday, 20 May 2018
"LOVELY PRODUCT JUST AS DESCRIBED"
Reviewed Monday, 14 May 2018
"Product looks well on our garden wall"
Reviewed Saturday, 5 May 2018
"Windows look great on my garden wall"
Reviewed Wednesday, 14 February 2018
"Good quality, good service"
Reviewed Tuesday, 6 February 2018
"Excellent product, excellent service. A+++++"
Reviewed Thursday, 19 October 2017
"Mirrors enhance garden,blue shuttered one looks very French."
Reviewed Saturday, 16 September 2017
"Very happy with my new mirror window. Put up to disguise the bricked up window originally on the garage (as the sun beat down on my chest freezer.) It always irritated me but now looks smart again!"
Reviewed Monday, 13 March 2017