-Tiny green sea urchin shapes line this mirror. (Don't worry no sea urchins were hurt in the making of this mirror.)
I know I seem to blog quite a bit on mirrors but to me they just add so much to rooms in the house and there are sooo many unique variations I feel like one or two blog postings just isn't enough.
I have had my eye on Made Goods for awhile now and every time I go to their site or I get a postcard from them I drool!
All of their mirrors are so beautiful! Here are just SOME of my favorites...I urge you to check out their website or better yet see them in person.-Here is there seasonal statement piece, can you see why?! I love these large shells with cream, gold and brown patterns arranged as petals.
-Artfully reproduced lettuce coral, each leaf is hand painted fora truly lifelike effect and yes this is blue, isn't it unexpected and fun?
-This was inspired by a serving platter, what a great idea. This is made of ruffled tin.
-This bronze mirror has almost 400 pieces of hand cut metal. It has a snaky feel about it doesn't it?
-Leaf coral was the inspiration for this beautiful mirror. A thin silver or gold tip is applied to the end of each "leaf" for a more sophisticated appearance, or you can just request them to leave it off too.
-The delicate floral latticework is covered by hand in a mosaic of capis shell then the entire piece is antiqued.
-So simple, but not....I love the wood grain frame with those little sparrows perched on top.
-Anyone got a light? Just kidding...This is however rows and rows of matchsticks, I love the dimension and depth of this mirror.
-Reuse and Repurpose: This wood came from India and was originally used as a mold for cast marble window screens....Aren't the geometrical shapes great?
-This is a modern interpretation of Beaux Art with sculptural decoration around a more traditional, classic shape. This is a molded black tin with oversized proportions, very dramatic right?Do you have a favorite?