En­chant­ing mir­rors: Look your best in these pretty re­flec­tors

Five hand­some re­flec­tors that put their best face for­ward

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CU­BIC CHAR­AC­TER Who says van­ity and depth are mu­tu­ally ex­clu­sive? François Champ­saur’s back­lit Origami mir­ror adds di­men­sion with cop­per and brass ac­cent pan­els. Choose from 66 cen­time­tre- or 98 cen­time­tre-wide sizes. FROM $11,800, AT SOUTH HILL HOME, 200 DUPONT ST SOUTHHILLHOME.COM

ROSY OUT­LOOK Mu­uto’s tinted Framed mir­rors soak life in a glam, In­sta­gram-style fil­ter. Avail­able in taupe or gold-coloured glass, in both slen­der 118-cen­time­tre-high and pleas­antly plump 59-cen­time­tre-high sizes. FROM $400, AT TORP INC., 245 DAVENPORT RD, STE #200 TORPINC.COM

ALL SMILES NYC duo Chen Chen & Kai Wil­liams amp up this oval-shaped, 26-by-18 cen­time­tre ac­cent piece with a cheery painted fa­cial ex­pres­sion. Show your emo­tional range: frown­ing and squig­gly-mouthed ver­sions are also avail­able. $140, AT DRAKE GEN­ERAL STORE, 1151 QUEEN ST W DRAKEGENERALSTORE.CA

LU­NAR PHASES CB2’S beveled Kit slots a cir­cu­lar full moon of glass into a cres­cent-shaped iron frame, merg­ing ce­les­tial and art deco mo­tifs. At 61 cen­time­tres in di­am­e­ter, it’s a great way to make a small space feel like its own uni­verse. $200, AT CB2, 651 QUEEN ST W CB2.COM

LEDGE OF GLORY Per­fect for an en­try­way, Hall­geir Hom­stvedt’s Doverail takes in­spi­ra­tion from the peg-rail sys­tems in­stalled in many Shaker homes. Ad­just the height of the mir­ror by loos­en­ing its brass knob. FROM $775, AT MJÖLK, 2959 DUN­DAS ST W MJOLK.CA

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