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This beautiful mirror would look excellent in your home or out in your garden. It has an elegant and stylish design, with a stone effect to help give it that traditional feel. It will also create an illusion of extra space; a mirror world. Though be careful not to try to enter it, I've heard the entry process hurts quite a bit!
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. It helps to give an illusion of depth and space in your garden, fooling you into thinking your 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 1.53m (5ft ¼in) x Width 60cm (1ft 11½in)
Thanks to Mr T for this photo of the mirror in his garden.
"Looks very good on wall, and adds a further dimension to the garden."
Reviewed Wednesday, 6 February 2019
"Lovely style and looks. Perhaps hanging kit and instructions would earn the fifth star."
Reviewed Wednesday, 5 September 2018
"Superb Value, looks great"
Reviewed Wednesday, 15 August 2018
"Brilliant, quick, easy and delivered on time"
Reviewed Saturday, 11 August 2018
"Good but first one arrived broken"
Reviewed Tuesday, 7 August 2018
"Great quality, it is as advertised and easy to install. A whole new perspective on the garden"
Reviewed Wednesday, 11 July 2018
"Looks really good in the garden."
Reviewed Wednesday, 20 December 2017
"Damaged on arrival we stored safely and on opening was damaged in transit by cracks"
Reviewed Tuesday, 14 November 2017
"Love it :) looks fantastic in my garden"
Reviewed Friday, 10 November 2017
"The Mirror is fantastic as advertised"
Reviewed Sunday, 22 October 2017