ash strip mirrors
These mirrors are similar to the
Oak Strip Mirrors
, in this version the frame is in a grey tinted ash. Again they are both modular and variable; designed to work individually or in groups. They can be made to custom sizes and any colour combination. The ash wood frame is faced with hand painted 35 x 6 mm strips in various colours and configurations.
The examples above show strips in post and lintel variations. Historically deriving from ancient Greek architecture, this format has been used by artists Brice Marden and Imi Knoebel in many of their works.
The strips mirrors shown here are hand painted in either artist's acrylics or colours from the Farrow & Ball range. These frames are square with split battens on the reverse of each frame. As well as enabling the frames to sit flush with the wall, the batten also enables adjoining mirrors to slide horizontally so that they may touch each other or have a gap between.
Finally the square format means that the mirrors can also be rotated or displayed on the diagonal - just remove the mirror from the wall and replace in your desired position. No need to change the wall fixings.
These mirrors have limitless combinations: the colours, strip patterns and the choice of wood frame can be made to order. Choose the number of units and their individual size to make your own wall composition. The acrylic painted versions are unique as each colour is hand mixed and will vary with each one made.
We can make these frames in oak and beech wood as well as ash. The wood can be in a natural finish or tinted. We can also use paint from any other maker.
Size shown: 340 x 340 x 28 mm
Weight: 1 kg each
Frame profile: 35 x 28 mm
Split battens for easy adjustable wall mounting
Customisable: choose your own size, wood, colours and strip design.
Not suitable for areas with high condensation
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