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Velvet Blue Small
by Esther Everaert

We’ve always associated velvet with glamour and royalty. Today, velvet fabrics still carry a ‘luxe’ tag and are often used in interiors to instantly upgrade the look, and enhance the room with a richness. The VELVET BLUE SMALL mirror is perfect for those intimate spaces that require a touch of grace and sophistication. The pale azure blue evokes a sense of wonder and serenity in every glance. The perfect and cold mirror glass contrasts with the soft velvet frame that invites you to run your fingertips along its sleek profile. Velvet is also available in other colours and sizes. It can be made to measure from 1 piece onwards. You can even combine 2 different frame colours to create your own unique mirror

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Specifications
for Velvet Blue Small

Width
30 cm

Height
90 cm

Depth
6 cm

Net weight
4 kg

Material detail
mirrored glass + velvet frame

Customizable from x pieces
1

Collection
Signature

Assembly required
No

Bathroom proof
No

Designer
Esther Everaert

Frame colour
Blue

Light
No

Mirror colour
-

Suspension accessories
2 x (hook + plug)

Suspension direction
2 directions

Warranty
7 years

Downloads

Section of the frame
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3D model
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About the designer

Esther Everaert

Esther is the creative drive behind Deknudt Mirrors. She combines design, strategy and technology and aims for a connection on a deeper lever with our customers thanks to well-thought-out, timeless and unseen mirrors.

In her role as head of design at Deknudt mirrors, she coordinates collaborations with our external designers and designs a handful of new mirrors every year.

Esther draws on her passion for craftsmanship, materials and a detailed eye for aesthetics to create mirrors that tell a story and that can be treasured for many years to come. She does this without losing sight of the functionality of her designs, where efficiency in production and assembly are equally important as the aesthetic appeal of a mirror. Seeing ideas come to live and become an integral part of someone’s home is a constant source of motivation in the search of new designs.

Esther Everaert