Forget the round reclaimed wood wall mirrors. Are they good enough to take a selfie. A mirror on the wall has taken on a whole new meaning. Before it was a primary staple of interior design decor. And it still is. But today it’s also the driving force behind taking a selfie. Wall mirrors transcend countries and cultures. They have been used around the world in both homes and businesses. And just like the wall mirror a selfie transcends borders and has become a global phenomenon. Now this doesn’t mean that I don’t like these reclaimed wood mirrors. In fact, I like them so much that I had to hang two on the same wall. I thought from a design perspective that it made sense and looked good. From a selfie perspective, the more the better. If hung close enough together you could probably get two selfies for the price of one.
Round Reclaimed Wood Wall Mirrors
I’m not sure where or when it started but we know that social media would be empty without an infamous selfie. Reflecting glass has never been so popular and not for design aesthetics. Walk by a mirror in the hall, snap a selfie. Walk by a parked car, snap a selfie in the sideview mirror. Walking on the sidewalk, snap a selfie in the storefront glass. See your image in your friends reflective sunglasses, snap a selfie. Any way you can imagine, it’s been done. The question is where do we go from here. Just how many selfies can one take before running out of storage on your cell phone. What’s the next big thing. There will always be something new to make the past history. Maybe it will be these round reclaimed wood wall mirrors. Snap.