It is usually a case that a single console table looks too lonely without any kind of decorations. Therefore, it is always important to think of the ways to beautify the console. For instance, it could be done with a modern mirror that would serve as both a decor piece and as an independent furniture item.
Modern mirror by Cristina Celestino
Bright and unusual, this work by Cristina Celestino is a perfect example of modern mirror design. The designer always incorporates aspects of geometry and plays with traditional forms to develop creative solutions. She is able to convey new meanings and messages through a passionate mix of the contemporary and old. The mirror will go especially well with a glass entryway table.
Mirrors by Boca do Lobo
The disorder can be a delight of emotions sometimes. This is where this Glance mirror drew inspiration from – a disorder and shattered glass. Its unique beauty will challenge your entryway or living room design, becoming a statement piece in the interior.
If your console table needs a grand and eye-catching mirror, this Apollo item is the one to go for. It will certainly enhance the elegance of any interior design because of its sublime frame that is composed of few additional mirrors.
Modern mirror by Zanotta
The architectural form and clean lines of this mirror by a furniture brand Zanotta allow to mount it either horizontally or vertically, leaving a room for variations on your entryway design.
Modern mirror by Lara Bohinc
The whole collection of Lara Bohinc, including this delicate mirror, is inspired by the orbital movements of planets. The piece has a refined luxury in it due to its unusual form and the natural beauty of marble.
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Mirrors by Ligne Roset
What might at first seem like usual and conventional design, eventually turns out to be an exquisite and elegant mirror. All pieces by Ligne Roset spark with simple beauty and will look well with any modern console.
Modern mirror by Erwan Boulloud
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