Whether you’re accenting an entryway or looking for a vanity set, mirrors are pretty essential to completing one’s home decor. And when glass combines with other mediums, pure design magic is made. After stumbling upon tufted mirrors, I became inspired to explore more creative designs of this ilk and learn about their talented makers. Here are a few artsy mirrors you can acquire to reflect your personal style.
Artist Kristen Girard crafts these rainbow-hued tufted pieces in upstate New York. On her majestic Instagram account, you’ll discover both accent rugs and commissioned mirrors to brighten any interior space from home to office.
London’s Lotta Blobs offers fun, handmade squiggly mirrors in a diverse spectrum of colors. These eclectic mirrors sell out quickly, but the designer offers restock updates via Instagram.
For a pastel-colored accent piece, look to Swedish designer Gustaf Westman and his delightful curvy mirrors. This style is offered in two different sizes, so imagine the possibilities of having more than one to make your space feel more like home.
Memor is the brainchild of Memphis artist Maxine Midtbo, whose work is inspired by mosaic arts. Midtbo recently collaborated with jewelry designer Pamela Love to create these beautiful handheld mirrors (and other bespoke objects).
Argentinian designers Jazmín Feige & Matias Gonzalez are the masterminds behind industrial design studio Bougie Woogie. They specialize in slow design and offer a few mirror options, from painted tabletop mirrors to free-floating organic styles inspired by body parts. All orders are placed via their catalog, which is organized by region and accessible through Instagram.
Funky tufted mirrors in color-block starburst patterns abound on Al’s Place, the shop of creator, Alice Kelly. The artist crafts motif-adorned rugs and mirrors by hand from her studio in England.
I was personally entranced upon discovering these conceptual home goods from New York’s Bower Studios. There’s a wealth of shapes and textures available on their site to bring inspiring depth to any living room — add one of these mirrors to your collection and it’s bound to become a frequent topic of conversation.
British artist Beth Joy is also an art psychotherapist, which is fitting considering the serenity that her wiggle mirrors inspire. Crafters looking to get into tufting can also purchase supplies from her one-stop shop.
The bold mirrors coming from artist Lina Shamoon’s California studio are truly here for a good time. Between glowing neon and shimmery disco ball designs, there’s countless options for all abstract art lovers to enjoy on Shamoon’s Etsy and Instagram accounts.
Using the moniker Galisfly, multidisciplinary artist Gal Vardi designs these stunning holographic reflectors that will surely bring an unique flair to any room they occupy.
Philadelphia’s Betsu Studio is a fabulous source to explore a well-curated mix of vintage and modern home goods — courtesy of Laura Weiszer. The designer’s recently-launched portal mirror is likely to transport you to new aesthetic heights.