This redwood burl mirror has an organic shape frame cut from ethically sourced wood salvaged in the Pacific Northwest. Burls had no commercial value for the lumber industry, and loggers left them behind on the forest floor. But burls have beautiful grain patterns and richer colors, making them desirable for woodworkers and furniture makers. Now, our furniture makers design live edge beds, natural wood tables, countertops, and rustic vanities using burl slabs. They select each slab to pick the unique grain and color tones, meaning that we can produce many mirrors with the same shape and sizes, but each one will be slightly different. Our burl mirror is available as a book-matched set as well as custom sizes to fit your needs; email or call our studio to find out more.
Not only is this redwood burl mirror stylish with its artistic shape, but it is also functional thanks to a large reflective surface. Since our premium hardwax-oil finish is very water-resistant, the same finish goes on our countertops and vanities, and even the steamiest bathroom will not be a problem.