two-part stripe mirror
A mirror paired with a striped panel, each framed in solid beech wood with walnut corner plugs. This unique work is designed to hang flush to the wall in differing configurations.
Both frames are tray types: the 4mm mirror with polished edges and the hand painted panel fit snugly within the front of the frames. The face on these frames is just 6mm wide giving this design a contemporary minimalist look.
The beech wood frames were finished by hand. The panel stripes were individually cut, hand painted and joined together. For this we used paint from the Farrow & Ball range - the colours and composition of the panel refer to a painting by the American artist Gene Davis (1920 - 1985).
Both frames have four split battens on the reverse for secure fixing to the wall. This feature also allows each of the units to be displayed and reconfigured later if desired.
The mirror and panel frames can be rotated, slide laterally, be displayed in a portrait or landscape format, can touch or be apart.
We are also happy to take commissions based on this design. The size, colours, painted pattern and choice of wood frames can all be made to order. This design concept would also work with additional uniform units, or differing sizes, to give further and
more varied combinations.
Both panels are stamped and signed on the reverse. Use the mail button to contact us for any enquires or to arrange a viewing. Should you wish to commission a version please allow around six weeks for your order to be completed.
Size shown: panels 450 x 750 x 33 mm
Weight: mirror panel 5 kg ; stripe panel 3 kg
Available for custom orders - choose your own size, wood and colours
Not suitable for areas with high condensation
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