Carnaby Full Length Curved Mirror (2 Colours)

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  • Carnaby Mirror, Available in 2 Colours
  • (H) 150cm x (W) 60cm (4ft 11″ x 1ft 11.6″) (17kg)
  • Mirror Encased within Narrow Wood Frame
  • Premium 4mm Thick Float Glass
  • Ready to Hang Portrait or Landscape
  • Made to Order in London
  • View our Designer Mirror Collection
  • Free UK Delivery Within 2-3 Weeks


Product Description

Carnaby Full Length Curved Mirror

The epitome of elegance and style for your living space. Available in two captivating colors, this mirror stands tall at (H) 150cm x (W) 60cm (4ft 11″ x 1ft 11.6″) and weighs a sturdy 17kg, ensuring both durability and sophistication. You may also like the Islington mirror.


Key Features:

Eye-catching Curved Design: Make a statement with our uniquely designed full-length mirror, boasting a mesmerizing curved shape that adds a touch of modern flair to any room.

Premium Construction: Crafted with precision, our mirror features a polished edge, encased within a narrow frame and backing made from moisture-resistant engineered wood. Hand-finished in your choice of matt black or opulent gold leaf, it exudes luxury and charm.

High-Quality Materials: We prioritize quality, which is why our mirror is constructed using premium 4mm thick float glass, ensuring clarity and distortion-free reflection.

Versatile Installation: Whether you prefer portrait or landscape orientation, our mirror is ready to hang, allowing you to effortlessly elevate your space according to your aesthetic preferences.

Made to Order Excellence: Each Carnaby Full Length Curved Mirror is meticulously crafted to order in London, ensuring attention to detail and a product tailored to your specifications.


Transform your home with the Carnaby Full Length Curved Mirror, a stunning blend of form and function that adds a touch of sophistication to any interior setting. Elevate your space with timeless elegance and unmatched craftsmanship. Alternatively, view our Minimal mirror collection.


Few things are as frustrating as investing the time and effort to hang a mirror only to find that it looks entirely out of place. Read our blog: Where should a mirror be placed to make a room look bigger?