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Make an impression in your home with these stunning decorative mirrors
As stunning as it is different, this bevel-edge, made-to-order mirror is framed by solid wood upholstered in a colourful patchwork of velvets, silks and cottons. £960, Suzy Newton.
The combination of asymmetrical shape and soft gilt finish makes this deeply bevelled mirror an instant focal point. £295, Wesley-Barrell.
This wall mirror by David Linley celebrates the tradition of 20th century Danish cabinet-making with a stunning, thoroughly modern design featuring a double helix motif in marquetry inlay of Indian rosewood, ebony and satinwood on a background of luxurious burnished rosewood. £2,950. Linley.
The dramatic shape of the highly ornate frame combines with a deliberately aged mirror glass in this stunning piece by Nicky Haslam. £1,085, OKA.
The understated, classical elegance of the Regency era is the inspiration behind this overmantel mirror, with its fluted columns and striking corner blocks - all beautifully gilded in 23-carate gold leaf. English Georgian.
The historic Spitfire plane used by the Royal Air Force during the Second World War inspired designer Timothy Oulton to create an entire Aviator range, of which this stunning mirror - reminiscent of an aircraft turbine - is part. The Aviator Cowling Mirror is available in Spitfire (aluminium) or Black Spitfire. £860. Timothy Oulton.
The fabulous style of the 1950s is the inspiration behind this starburst nickel convex mirror, which recalls porcupine quills. £195, Graham & Greene.
This handsome overmantle mirror is inspired by the elegant decorative style of the George III period. The mirror panels are framed by gilt wood bars that are intricately carved with beads and leaves. The wood is carved and gilded by hand and the mirror is skillfully antiqued. Available in three sizes, the M21 starts from £1,530. Beaumont & Fletcher.
The sinuous shape of this unusual mirror is inspired by the Tsuba sword guard of Japan's Edo period. Available in more than ten finishes (shown here is the chocolate ebonised American black walnut) with a bevelled mirror. £2,430 (plus £200 for gloss finishes), Amy Somerville.
The faded soft oak finish gives this hand carved mirror a timeless quality. Perfect for any interior. Available in four sizes from £195, Neptune.