Item No. 100184415

Matera Wall Mirror

$795.00
Item No. 100184415

Matera Wall Mirror

$795.00

Oak
Walnut
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  • Solid walnut or oak edging.
  • Sled base lends an airy feel.
  • Designed to be hung on a wall.
  • 32" H 47" W 2" D
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Designed by Sean Yoo for Design Within Reach
Matera Wall Mirror
$795.00
Streamlined reflection — The streamlined Matera Collection features a solid wood frame that’s finished with beveled edges and a sled base for an airy feel. Designed to be hung on a wall, the Matera Wall Mirror beautifully reflects light and movement.
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Airy profile

The Matera Collection (2007) is the work of Sean Yoo, who at the time of its conception lived in Matera, Italy. The Matera Wall Mirror features clean lines nicely finished with beveled edges, running match-wood grain, and exposed-slot mortise-and-tenon corner joints, plus a sled base that lends an airy feel. It’s designed to be hung on a wall, making a perfect complement to the Matera Dresser. Made in Malaysia.
  • Solid walnut or oak edging.
  • Sled base lends an airy feel.
  • Designed to be hung on a wall.
Brand
Design Within Reach
General Dimensions
  • 32" H 47" W 2" D
Product Weight
40 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 37.4" H 46.73" W 5.12" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Matera Wall Mirror

  • Height (in): 32
  • Width (in): 47
  • Depth (in): 2
  • Weight (lbs): 40
  • Walnut or oak veneer over MDF case panel with thick solid walnut or oak edging
  • Mirrored glass

Sean Yoo

Currently residing in Mexico City, Sean Yoo was born in Seoul and raised in Los Angeles, making him emblematic of the multicultural, globally fluent designers of his generation. His first career was as a city planner, but a visit to the Noguchi Museum inspired him to pursue design. “I was particularly attracted to the way Noguchi applied sculptural qualities to common household objects."

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