Looking for a green glass mirror?
Your in the right place.
Below is an overview of our popular green glass mirror that we call The Emma
By John Linden
The History of Green Glass Mirror
Mirror has a natural, slightly greenish tint that comes from the iron content of the mirror material. This is true for most every piece of glass or mirror you will see and is the reason many people associate green with glass & mirror.
True green mirror — like the emerald shown in the wall mirror above — however, is something quite different.
In the 1910s and 20s, artisans developed a technique for creating colorful mirrors. During this time period, you will see tons of colorful mirrors in both furniture and decor.
Over the next 80s years, that technique fell out of favor for a variety of reasons and today is no longer used.
As colorful mirror became more and more rare, finding colorful mirror became more and more of a task. Today, finding a true emerald mirror material is very rare.
This Round Green Mirror
The Emma — the mirror featured in this article — is made from our bespoke green glass mirror. We decided on a frameless round shape as round mirrors have a timeless elegance. They also work in many decor scenarios.
Without a doubt, this round green mirror has been one of our most sought after pieces. Its unique color and shape make it a prize.
Interested in the piece featured here? You can purchase a round green mirror directly via our Etsy page.
Creating a Custom Green Mirror
Let me know if you want this piece in a different size. As always, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can go through the options. I can also show you photos of the same green mirror in different environments. We understand that a Scandinavian styled home is not for everyone.
In any case, if you are interested in a round green mirror, please drop me a line via email.
If the size or color of the frameless green mirror featured in the photos isn’t fit for your space, feel free to reach out and we will discuss other options.
If you like the green tint of this mirror but a wall mirror isn’t for you, check out some of the mirrored furniture we can fabricate with similar colors.
We are a custom furniture studio in Los Angeles, who focus on colorful, Art Deco, and MidCentury pieces. The piece below is an example of what we do. If you are looking for something similar, please reach out to John, our designer, at email@example.com. Please note that this piece can be made in different hues and sizes.