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Georg Floor Mirror

Price reduced from C$ 989.00 to C$ 791.20 20% off
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 9202355

Georg Floor Mirror

Price reduced from C$ 989.00 to C$ 791.20 20% off
Black
Oak
In Stock
  • Streamlined modern mirror with solid wood supports.
  • Minimalist design with maximum functionality.
  • Can be used in a variety of locations.
  • 74⅞" H 26" W 1¼" D
Detailed Dimensions

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2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Manufacturer SKU:
Georg Floor Mirror
Price reduced from C$ 989.00 to C$ 791.20 20% off
Details

Details

The Georg Collection (2013) is the work of Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm, a Nordic designer who studied in Sweden and Denmark. Operating from her studio in Copenhagen, Halstrøm takes a minimalist approach to maximizing functionality. Her Georg Mirror can be moved on a whim, which helps ensure that you’ll always see yourself in the best light. Hang personal belongings from the side poles, if desired. Made in Denmark.
  • Streamlined mirror with solid wood supports.
  • Minimalist design with maximum functionality.
  • Can be used in a variety of locations.
  • Made in Denmark.
Brand
Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
General Dimensions
  • 74⅞" H 26" W 1¼" D
Product Weight
16.75 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Georg Floor Mirror

  • Height (in): 74⅞
  • Width (in): 26
  • Depth (in): 1¼
  • Weight (lbs): 16.75
  • Oak or walnut side poles
  • Mirrored glass

Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm

For Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm, inspiration comes from observation. “If I want to design objects for real people, I have to know about them,” she explains. Born in Glostrup, Denmark, to a Swedish mother and Danish father, Halstrøm is also naturally influenced by her Nordic roots and combines this background with an interest in the spiritual austerity of Japanese design.

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