Wood-framed Mirrors Fit Into Corners

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 08/25/2013 8:52AM


click image to zoomAzadeh Shladovsky Pont de Vue wood framed mirrors. Azadeh Shladovsky Pont de Vue wood framed mirrors. Wood framed mirrors that turn corners have been introduced by Los Angeles furniture designer Azadeh Shladovsky. Two planes intersect at 90 degrees, with each mirror tinted a different color to create distinguishing views. Mirrors are intended to be used in combinations, or even stacked.

Shladovsky's furniture line is carried by Jean de Merry with showrooms in Los Angeles, New York, and in Chicago's Merchandise Mart. The New York Times reports the mirrors start at $5,100.


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