Mirrors serve several functional and aesthetic purposes. They reflect light and images to make a small room appear larger. They also give you a way to double check your appearance before you leave the house.
Inspired by Dr. Seuss style and colors here is one of the craziest mirrors we have ever made. Handmade from welded sheet metal it has been painted light blue and fern green then distressed to perfection. It happily resides in the collection of Catherine Shearer, owner of the Happy Tummy at Lowe Mill. If in …
Good visibility while driving is paramount to roadway safety. Are your car mirrors adjusted correctly, or do you unwittingly create larger blind spots by following poor rules of thumb? Use this guide to help create nearly seamless visual contact all the way around your vehicle.
George Bernard Shaw once said, “You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul.” Think about that for a minute. Now, what if you could do both at the same time – see your face and see your soul? Well, you can.