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These Seven Mirrors Can Change Your Outlook on Home Decor

Inspired and unconventional designs will shape up any wall you’ve been reflecting on.

The C1 mirror.

The C1 mirror.

Photographer: Hannah Whitaker for Bloomberg Businessweek

C1
The curved opening in this Baltic birch frame (above) draws its inspiration from the “patches” or “plugs” used to repair the wood’s natural imperfections. Created by Christine Espinal, the in-house spatial designer for decor shop Lichen, this 36-by-24-inch mirror can be hung vertically or horizontally. $299

Window
At 22 inches wide, this almost-square mirror is a whimsical translation of the classic picture window—and an ode to a similar one that hung at the bottom of the stairs in designer Rebecca Claire Ford’s childhood home. Each piece is made to order, so variations in the plywood’s grain are to be expected. $1,800