NEXT WORKING DAY DELIVERY (if ordered by 2pm Mon & Tue and by 3pm Wed- Fri).
This beautiful mirror has an elegant and stylish design finished with a stone effect, making a rustic yet contemporary and modern mirror.
This mirror has been made from steel, which is a strong and durable material, though the stone effect helps to give the mirror a rustic and traditional look that would look fantastic in your home or garden. The mirror gives an illusion of depth and space in your garden, fooling your eyes into thinking you garden is larger than it actually is (which can never be a bad thing!). The beautiful arch design gives it a elegant and stylish look. This mirror is also suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, which allows you the choice of where you would like to put your mirror.
Height 97cm (3ft 2¼in) x Width 66.5cm (2ft 2¼in)
"Good product but bracket could be better"
Reviewed Tuesday, 26 July 2016
"Very good - Fast delivery"
Reviewed Wednesday, 24 June 2015
"This has made a huge difference making a rather plain area into a special feature. Now, where can we put another one?!"
Reviewed Wednesday, 17 June 2015
"A lovely mirror, exactly what we wanted."
Reviewed Sunday, 29 March 2015
"Mirror as described but had to add a couple of screws at the middle of the mirror to ensure the wind could not get behind it and take it off the wall. Looks great am very pleased with it."
Reviewed Tuesday, 6 January 2015
"Pleased with mirror itself but the fixing bracket fell off as soon as I tried to hang it. Very poor attachment of fixing bracket to main body of mirror. Fortunately I was able to forge a new bracket otherwise the mirror would have been returned."
Reviewed Sunday, 24 August 2014
Reviewed Tuesday, 12 August 2014
"There is slight discolouration at the bottom but I cba to return it. All in all I am thinking of ordering another one."
Reviewed Monday, 21 July 2014
"Lovely mirror, really enhances that corner of the garden, very pleased with it."
Reviewed Wednesday, 2 July 2014
"Really like it, am very pleased with it."
Reviewed Tuesday, 1 July 2014