{At Home} Shine bright like a diamond

{Baby room} Diamond mirror by Reflections Copenhagen | FLODEAU.COM

Dear Julie and Andrea, we had been looking for a piece of furniture that would catch anyone’s immediate attention when entering our son Gabriel’s bedroom.

An arty piece that would complement both our contemporary and minimal interior and bring refined elegance to a mid-century drawer I found in a thrift store long time ago.

With its combination of classic charm and modern design, your striking silver Diamond mirror is a winner.

Thank you ♡


Reflections Copenhagen‘s Diamond is a handcrafted mirror composed of several small mirror pieces, which together form a fascinating pattern that resembles a classic gem stone oval cut. To blur the lines between modern and ancient styles, we chose to hang it horizontally – like a vintage Art Deco mirror. What do you think of the result?



About – “Reflections Copenhagen is a collection of handmade decorative mirrors and Crystal pieces, finely balanced to challenge the traditional styles and shapes of todays’ homes by adding new dimensions and possibilities to interior decorating.

Julie Hugau and Andrea Larsson, inspired by the graphic expression of Art Deco, the vast contrasts of the 1980’s and the opportunity to explore the delicate materials that the mirrors are made of, combined their visions and the start of Reflections was a fact. The collection sums up their perspectives of how to provide new expressions through strength and form, the mirrors are designed with a strong visual structure to create a contrast of light and reflections through non-traditional mirror images.

A concept built on Julie’s flair for design and production, Andrea’s eye for interior and colours together with their shared vision of creating a product that unites art and decor. Remember, everything in your life is a reflection of a choice you made. If you want a different result, make a different choice”.

ps. FYI The vintage drawer was repainted in Farrow&Ball’s Blackened white.

Photos © Florence Deau – Flodeau.com

1 Comment

  • 7 years ago

    What a gorgeous piece! Not only is it aesthetically vibrant, but its many mirrors and angles allow for tons of natural light to be spread about the room – very efficient for cutting back on electricity, and natural light is easier on the eyes! Thanks for sharing.

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