Who's the finest of them all? Make sure your mirror looks as good as you do.
The Hot List: Make mirrors a feature
Who's the finest of them all? However much time you spend in front of the mirror, make sure your looking glass is a feature in itself
1. Shades of whimsy
If you're looking for something a little out of the ordinary, this one-metre-wide, wall-mounted, sunglass-shaped mirror by British brand Thabto should do the trick.
Looking Good Sunglasses Mirror, Dh1,137.70, www.wamli.com
2. Classic lines
This elegantly shaped Venetian-style mirror will introduce a touch of old-school charm into any space. Standing 132cm high, with pretty floral patterning, it would look as good in a contemporary-styled interior as it would in a more classic scheme.
Dh12,147, Andrew Martin, DIFC
3. Natural look
This teardrop-shaped mirror by Great British Designs is as stylish as it is sustainable. The frame is made from matt lacquered cork, while the hanging peg is made from ash, with a matt lacquered finish. It comes in two sizes but we'd go with the large 50cm by 60cm version.
What a Corker, Dh807, www.great-british-designs.co.uk
4. Sea of inspiration
The Waffle Mirror by Filipino designer Vito Selma was designed to evoke "the natural ebb and flow of the ocean with its undulating, lightly finished cherry wood frame". We love its subtlety - and the fact that it is eye-catching without being overwhelming.
Waffle Mirror, Dh2,750, Interior 360, Al Quoz, Dubai
5. Many visions of you
Indigo Living has an extensive collection of new mirror models on offer. From handcrafted timber frames to chunky, glammed-up models, there's something here for everyone. Our favourite is this Oval Circle wall mirror - each piece has been cut, polished and applied by hand for a truly striking statement piece.
Price on request, Indigo Living stores, Dubai