Welcome to the daily series “In Search Of,” where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today, it’s all about “Mirrors” and we’ve got loads of them.
They speak to evil stepmothers in fairy tales, help us do our makeup in the morning and give small rooms the appearance of more space. Mirrors are not only found in every home and bathroom, they’re beautiful focal points when framed in wood, metal, and even recycled measuring sticks. We’re seeing plenty of reflected surfaces on Krrb lately.
Diamond Willow Frame Mirror in Calgary, Canada
This handmade diamond willow frame is a great rustic accent piece for cabin-inspired decor.
Find it on Saphari‘s Corner. CA $86.
Custom-Made 8-foot Mirror in New York, New York
For when the giant in-laws stay the weekend.
Find it on Msloupova1‘s Corner. $3,000.
Small Wicker Mirror in Chicago, Illinois
A sweet and tiny 1970s mirror for a tiki bar-style bathroom. Those exist, right?
Find it on CushionChicago‘s Corner. $62.
Surrealist Curved Mirror in New York, New York
This funky mirror’s frame is wavy like those carnival mirrors but the glass won’t make you look like a bowling pin.
Find it on Andrea‘s Corner. $650.
Surveyor Stick Mirror in Chicago, Illinois
Surveyor sticks: Yardsticks’ cooler cousins.
Find it on State Street Salvages‘ Corner. $375.
Sunburst Mirror in Hawthorne, California
A metallic gold and black sunburst mirror is ideal for hanging in a home entryway.
Find it on The Property Sisters‘ Corner. $129.
Huge 1870s Mirror in Brooklyn, New York
This size of this mirror is out of control. It’s more than five feet tall.
Find it on Build It Green NYC‘s Corner. $850.