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5 of the Fairest Mirrors

Handsome reflectors that put their best face forward

By Eric Mutrie

Rosy Outlook
Muuto’s tinted Framed mirrors soak life in a glam, Instagram-style filter. Available in taupe or gold-coloured glass, in both slender 118-centimetre-high and pleasantly plump 59-centimetre-high sizes. from $400, at Torp Inc.

Lunar Phases
CB2’s beveled Kit slots a circular full moon of glass into a crescent-shaped iron frame, merging celestial and art deco motifs. At 61 centimetres in diameter, it’s a great way to make a small space feel like its own universe. $200, at CB2

All Smiles
NYC duo Chen Chen & Kai Williams amp up this oval-shaped, 26-by-18 centimetre accent piece with a cheery painted facial expression. Show your emotional range: frowning and squiggly-mouthed versions are also available. $140, at Drake General Store

Cubic Character
Who says vanity and depth are mutually exclusive? François Champsaur’s backlit Origami mirror adds dimension with copper and brass accent panels. Choose from 66 centimetre- or 98 centimetre-wide sizes. From $11,800, at South Hill Home

Ledge of Glory
Perfect for an entryway, Hallgeir Homstvedt’s Doverail takes inspiration from the peg-rail systems installed in many Shaker homes. Adjust the height of the mirror by loosening its brass knob. From $775, at Mjölk


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