Round mirror with wooden frame and steel band
The Schneider Spiegel was created by David Spinner for the Berlin-based manufacturer Objekte unserer Tage and is characterised by the harmonious interplay of materials and shapes. Two circles made of wood veneer serve as a basis - one as a frame for the mirror glass, the other as a wall bracket. The two elements are connected by a solid steel band that wraps around the hanging and then flows smoothly into the frame.
Quality 'Made in Germany
Like all products from Objekte unserer Tage was also the Schneider mirrors are manufactured in Germany and therefore promise quality 'Made in Germany'. Closed shapes provide a calm, unobtrusive and elegant appearance that blends perfectly into any ambience - whether hung in the hallway to complement the wardrobe, arranged above the chest of drawers in the bedroom or used in the bathroom for the morning routine. Available is the Schneider Mirrors in different sizes and with differently painted steel bands.