art and wall decor
Made of acacia wood certified sustainable by the Forest Stewardship Council, wall mirror by Caleb Zipperer has a Scandinavia-by-way-of-California feel. The walnut-stained wood has rich chocolate tones and grain patterns, both set off by stainless steel hardware that allows the mirror to adjust up and down.
Vintage-inspired wall mirror by Studio Anansi sports an unusual silhouette, creating an unexpected focal point over dressers and console tables. Woven rattan adds textural interest and elevates the cool factor in sleek black. Due to the natural variations inherent to rattan, each piece will be unique.
Blurring the line between design and art, generously sized wall mirror has a painterly feel. Each of its frame edges is daubed with gray paint colors, then swathed in fine vellum for a gauzy appearance. At the corners, brass accents slope inward to entice the eye. Due to the nature of the materials, each mirror will be unique.
Sharp angles are tempered by gentle curves in this multidimensional mirror by Lawson-Fenning. Crafted from acacia certified sustainable by the Forest Stewardship Council ®, the wood is treated with a wirebrushing technique to bring out its grain. A black finish complements a variety of interior styles. CB2 exclusive.
Three-piece wall mirror set adds an eclectic edge to the goop x CB2 collection. "This sculptural, three-dimensional set is an art piece. It's always nice to have something punk rock in an elegant room – we even named this piece after Italian punk band Negazione." Mounting hardware is included. CB2 exclusive.
"Detours" is a road map of heavy white and cream intersecting lines created with the flat surface of a knife—movement that represents choice on a road trip. Which way to go? Which road to follow? There is no wrong answer. An original piece by artist Kent Youngstrom, signed and numbered for authenticity.