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Cosmos Window Garden Mirror (2 Sizes)

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  • Cosmos Mirror, Available in 2 Sizes
  • Distressed Grey Metal Frame
  • 4mm Frost Protected Glass
  • Corrugated Plastic Backing
  • Ready to Hang Outside or Inside
  • View our Garden Mirror Collection
  • Free UK Delivery Within 2-8 Days
PRODUCT CODE: COSMOS.

Prices:£100.80£145.60

Product Description

Cosmos Window Garden Mirror

Your gateway to transforming any outdoor space into a picturesque oasis! Available in two sizes, this versatile mirror is not just a reflection but a celebration of outdoor beauty. You may also like the Begonia mirror. The Cosmos is available in two sizes:

  • (H) 114cm x (W) 50cm (3ft 8.8″ x 1ft 8.8″) (10kg)
  • (H) 161cm x (W) 72cm (5ft 3.3″ x 2ft 4.3″) (16kg)

Key Features:

Versatile Design: Crafted from durable iron and adorned with a charming distressed 2-tone grey finish, the Cosmos mirror effortlessly blends into any outdoor setting, adding a touch of rustic elegance.

Real Glass Clarity: Featuring high-quality 4mm thick real glass, this mirror ensures crystal-clear reflections, allowing you to admire your garden’s beauty with unparalleled clarity.

Indoor or Outdoor: Designed for outdoor use, the Cosmos mirror can also be hung indoors, adding depth and dimension to any room. Its weather-resistant construction makes it suitable for any environment.

Easy Installation: Equipped with a corrugated plastic backing and keyhole hooks, the Cosmos mirror is ready to hang straight out of the box, saving you time and effort.

Expandable Beauty: Enhance the visual appeal of your outdoor space by hanging multiple Cosmos mirrors. Let them reflect the splendor of your garden, creating a mesmerizing panorama of nature’s wonders.

 

Elevate your outdoor experience with the Cosmos Window Garden Mirror – where reflection meets refinement, and beauty knows no bounds. Alternatively, view our Garden Mirror Collection. How to Winter-proof your garden mirrors, read our comprehensive guide: Can you leave garden mirrors out in winter?