Steel’s incredibly strong, which is why it’s used so much in things like bridges and buildings. So it’s also brilliant for the narrow frame of this very large mirror.
Carter gets its bold, graphite grey colour from powder coating: a finish that’s durable too. And it has a hint of warm bronze colour in there, so it doesn’t feel so cold and industrial.
From a distance it looks like Carter has a thin metal frame. But it’s more like a shadow box. The mirror’s glass is attached at the back but not at the sides. So up close it looks like it’s ‘floating’ in a recessed metal case.
Mirrors create a sense of space – hung at the end of a short hallway, they’ll add depth; hung either side of a narrow hallway, they’ll add width. They boost natural light – so position one opposite a window in a dark hallway or a dark corner of a room. A mirror can create an interesting focal point – place one behind a special object you want to highlight, and so create a reflection of it in another part of the room.
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