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NYIGF Report: Made Goods Mirrors

Looking for the perfect mirror? Made Goods has so many to choose from. They introduced a group of 24 objects to their collection this year. Their chandeliers and accent furniture are beautiful as well.

Red Coral: Giselle mirror: This looks like real coral! Made in red or white this mirror brings a fun organic feeling to any room

Oval shell mirror: Coco mirror: Leaf coral was the inspiration for this piece. A thin silver or gold tip can be applied for a more sophisticated finish.

Round: Venus mirror: Feminine, modern, organic, and glamorous

Blake: The shape has a soft ruffled edge and the young pen is reminiscent or tortoise shell. The color variation makes this a dramatic piece.

Jayson: Cut capiz shell in gold and black shades to form a beautiful piece with a 1970s vibe.

Killian: Natural Capiz shell is cut and shaded to form a classic, interlocking motif. Very Glam.

Sidney: Classic thin frame in a young pen finish.

Claude: The faux shagree covered trapezoids are applied in a familiar yet modern shape.

Sabine: A wide doomed border surrounds the mirror. Available in cool grey, pale blue, and muted pink.

Edith: A palladian shaped mirror available in cool grey or pale blue. I would love this to hang above my vanity.

Anaut: Inspired from an ancient indian technique. Originally used on ceilings to reflect and refract light into larger rooms, it works equally well now as a modern design element. Small slightly domed circles of mirror in varying sizes create a fly’s eye image. This would be fun at the end of a hall.

Gorka: A dramatic wooden frame is covered in silver or gold metal. This reminds me of a peacocks tail. It is like a fabulous piece of jewelry for your wall.

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