Window boxes are beautiful, but sometimes the lack of room to grow flowers often results in less flowers existing altogether. This clever window box, with its unique mirror window effect, gives the illusion of double the flowers! This gorgeous wooden mirror gives you space for floral decoration, making a positively beautiful feature to hang on your garden wall.
Hang this mirror on a wall or at the bottom of your garden for an interesting, quirky effect that will provoke endless remarks and conversation amongst your friends and neighbours. The perspex mirror is shatterproof and the gorgeous redwood frame ensures that this feature is perfectly weatherproof and ideal for your garden. The redwood is easily hand paintable should you desire a particular colour to splash on at home.
Height 102cm (3ft 4ins) x Width 69cm (2ft 3ins)
Please note: Mirror is flexible acrylic and reflection may not be perfect.
"Mirror packaging was damaged (open) but the mirror was intact so we accepted the delivery. No mounting instructions though? Should there have been some? Perhaps they fell out of the open packaging? We'd be grateful if Primrose could forward another copy if the original instructions have gone missing. Thanks."
Reviewed Tuesday, 25 July 2017
"very pleased with product"
Reviewed Tuesday, 3 June 2014
"Very bad quality. Nothing like what was shown in the picture. Very cheap, bad pieces of rough wood and not treated."
Reviewed Monday, 28 October 2013
"Very pretty and lots of compliments."
Reviewed Sunday, 25 August 2013
"The item was delivered swiftly and was well packed, its finish was not all that good but since it is an outdoor item a little sanding and a coat of paint soon put that right, overall very good value for money."
Reviewed Monday, 6 May 2013
"A very original idea, looks good."
Reviewed Monday, 28 January 2013
"Parts are roughly made but otherwise OK."
Reviewed Wednesday, 28 November 2012
"Very Pleased with the purchase but thought that the fittings could have been more substantial. It looks excellant on the wall where it is installed in the garden.
Reviewed Wednesday, 25 May 2011