Mirrors are a unique type of decor. Unlike the static nature of statues, paintings, and decorative furniture, a mirror is a dynamic, literal reflection of its surroundings. We can change what we see in a mirror by simply changing the place where we hang it, and this characteristic can turn it into versatile, thought-provoking decor. The beauty and impact of a mirror is also affected by the frame that holds it. For example, The Temple of Luxor: Egyptian Grand-Scale Mirror Wall Sculpture features a mirror bordered by classic, hand-painted hieroglyphs and ancient Egyptian symbols. Without its sculpted border, this impressive wall decor would just be a plain, round mirror.
The Temple of Karnak Mirrored Wall Sculpture is another striking wall decor item that combines the natural beauty of a mirror with the golden, royal palette of ancient Egypt. Crafted in the Egyptian Revival style, this mirrored wall decor features sphinxes and scarabs painted in deep jet black and bright gold. Although this unique item is wall decor, its symmetry and shape also make it look like a jeweled mask. Gaze into this mirror and it will look like you are wearing that mask!
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