Oskar Mirror, Clear Oskar Mirror, Clear

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The Oskar Mirror puts a dazzling spin on simplicity. Multi-faceted shine reflects from its classic square silhouette, which is constructed with a double-layered frame of expertly cut mirrored panels. A thinner border surrounds a bold quartet of glass, fashioned at an angle to create a three-dimensional profile on your wall. Gaze into the large expanse of looking glass at the center and you’ll notice a subtly imprinted circle providing a halo for your reflection—an unexpected but thoughtfully applied detail that proves the prowess of Villa & House’s imaginative designers. The Oskar’s robust proportions give it a dramatic footprint on its own, though two or more could be grouped to create showstopping geometric wallscape.

  • 32.5w x 2d x 32.5h
  • Mirrored Wood
  • D-Rings Installed for Horizontal Hanging
  • Frameless

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