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VRIGSTAD Mirror, sedge,

Price € 34.99

How to get it

Embrace nature! This mirror in hand-woven sedge gives your room a depth that makes it feel extra vibrant. Whether you hang up one, several or combine with paintings, they make a strong impression.

Article Number805.184.66

Product details

Skilled craftspeople have woven the natural fibres by hand, which makes each mirror unique.

The mirror is just as functional as decorative and adds life to an empty wall.

The material brings a piece of nature into your home and spreads a calm, warm feeling.

Provided with safety film - reduces damage if glass is broken.

  • Each product is a unique, handmade work of art with natural variations in colour and shape.

    Different wall materials require different types of fixing devices. Use fixing devices suitable for the walls in your home, sold separately.

    To hang securely in place on the wall, this mirror requires 1 screw.

  • Material
    Glass, Silicone rubber
    Inside frame:
    Steel, Epoxy/polyester powder coating
    Sedge, Clear acrylic lacquer

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

  • For indoor use only.


Width: 63 cm

Depth: 3 cm

  • VRIGSTADArticle Number805.184.66

    Width: 67 cm

    Height: 5 cm

    Length: 73 cm

    Weight: 2.88 kg

    Package(s): 1

SustainabilityPeople and planet

Energy and resources

Reclaim your wall with a little help from nature

A simple way to make your empty wall warm and inviting in just a few seconds is to decorate it with natural fibres, like handmade mirrors or wall decorations. These all have different shapes and expressions, yet have several things in common. They’re made of fast-growing materials, which makes them a sustainable choice. They’re also decorative, versatile and create jobs for skilled craftspeople. A wonderful way to make those white walls more alive, right?


What is mirror glass?

Mirror glass comprises mostly of ordinary glass with a reflective coating in some kind of metal. In the past it was common for the coating to contain lead or mercury – but over time, both of these metals have been shown to be harmful to people and the environment. That’s why, as of several years ago, IKEA has a total ban on using lead or mercury in our mirrors and instead it is non-toxic silver or aluminium that reflects your mirror image.