Materials: painted metal, clear flat surface mirror.
Purpose: The mirror is easy to maintain, resistant to higher relative humidity, and easily transportable in space. Adjustable tilt angle allows the mirror to adapt to the desired height. A mirror as an interior accessory can be placed in any functional area of the interior – bathroom, bedroom, or living room. While used as a reflector, it can also complement the stylistics of the interior, thanks to its laconic design.
For inspiration: The first mirrors were likely reservoirs of water that reflected the image of the person looking at it. Although the natural mirror was easily accessible, it caused some inconvenience because the slightest vibration on the surface would interfere with the reflection. It is not known when the first artificial mirrors were created but reflecting items from brass were already mentioned in the Bible. Later, bronze mirrors were used by ancient Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks.
Today, the manufacturing process of the mirror looks like this: first, glass panes are cut to the desired size, then they are scrubbed and washed with a silver nitrate solution, the sediment of which is dried and processed to strengthen the panes. Glass is used for the upper part of the mirror because it is smooth, transparent, and protects the reflecting surface.