Mirror wall hanging by Lee Borthwick
Unusual tapestry by Lee Borthwick was made entirely of Deadwood. This spectacular designer has two sides – the natural texture of wood and the reflective mirror page, which consists of small mirrors that were cut with laser installation.
The wood for these remarkable wall art comes from regional and sustainable sources, which was donated by the Nyman’s national trust from the southeastern forests of England. The designer has also more imaginative, great works of art and for all of his installations, he used materials such as willow, ash, Hazel, oak, beaten and recycled wood, driftwood and styrene levels.
The mirror size tapestry was made originally in 1.5 m x 0.6 m, but all works by Lee Borthwick are also available in other sizes and shaped even after request. If you stand on unique wall art and are just looking for a fresh eye catching for your home, should take a look at the website of the designer in any case. There you can enjoy even his other beautiful works of art.
A stylish mirror of a special kind
By the light, the small mirror look white
The tapestry up close