Linda Reclaimed Wood Mirror

$895.00 USD

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Description

This unique Reclaimed Wood framed mirror adds texture and depth to any wall, sourced from aged elm. The frame, characterized by its simplicity and lack of embellishments, showcases the raw and rustic nature of the wood. Unadorned and with minimal finishing, each mirror frame proudly exhibits the unique imperfections like cracks, knots, and weathered marks, imparted only by the passage of time and exposure to the elements.

This item works perfectly with our entire Reclaimed Wood collection.

Note: All of our reclaimed wood pieces are one-of-a-kind so yours will have its own unique markings, coloring, and sizing variations, as well as worn or antiqued finishes characteristic of our reclaimed pieces.

Finished with a hand-rubbed wax with a perfect dull sheen. None of that glossy poly over here. It's easy to maintain, too. If you notice any rubbing off, just add some more wax and walk away. No sanding and then waiting for it to dry like you do poly. Furniture wax can be found at major home improvement stores. 

Dimensions

47" W x 31" H x 2" D

Materials

Reclaimed Wood

Lead Time

This item ships freight, please allow 3-5 weeks for fulfillment & delivery of in-stock items, or once a pre-order or custom item is ready. We'll communicate with you every step of the way. If you're local to our shop in Mpls, we will still deliver to your home as we usually carry one of each large furniture piece in the shop for display purposes only. If you need an item quicker, please reach out before purchasing as we can almost always accommodate you. See our Contact Us link in the footer. Or use the chat feature from 9-5 CST, Mon-Fri and 11-4 on Sat and Sun.

Our founder's story

A shop with purpose

“When something happens to the magnitude of what happened to me, it changes you forever and makes you appreciate life,” Years after her traumatic experience, Kassina was experiencing sensory issues that she would later find out were physical manifestations of her trauma.

“Through research and therapy, I've learned that the way I was approaching design regulated the nervous system. Every human experiences the world through their nervous system, which then tells the brain how to respond. For trauma survivors and those with chronic stress, those signals get garbled and you can experience sensory overload. For years I was applying all these design principles that I didn’t have a name for, but they were ways to design spaces that I could comfortably exist in.”

All of her signature principles — specific light placement and dimming, acoustics, soft-edged furnishings, organic and monochromatic colors, shapes and textural layers — bring a sense of comfort and safety, as much as aesthetic, to regulate the nervous system. She launched her shop on a mission to bring her nervous-system-regulating principles to everyone. Even if someone hasn't experienced trauma they can bring a sense of calm to their home through her design principles and the goods she sells.