Product description

Our Nalda mirror has an elegant, understated appeal that makes it a timeless addition to your home. Its organic look and feel is enhanced by the reclaimed wood frame, which brings its own distinctive character. The frame is unpainted, allowing the beautiful natural grain of the wood to take centre stage, and a simple pattern has been carved into the wood by hand. Thanks to its size and shape, the mirror is a stylish statement piece which can also create the feeling of light and space in your home.

Product Details

Product SKU Size Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight (kg)
NM0501 Large 120cm x 90cm x 6.5cm 24kg
Reclaimed Wood & Glass
Suitable for Outdoor Use
Country of Origin

Care Instructions

To care for your mirror, we recommend regularly wiping with a microfiber cloth in a circular motion. Please do not use harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners.

Delivery & Return Options

Delivery (UK Mainland Only)

  • 2-person courier - £20

Due to the size of this item, it will be delivered by our two-person courier service. You will be contacted to book a delivery day.


Should you wish to return this item for a refund, we can organise a collection from your home on a day of your choice. This item is classed as: Small. The cost to return this item is £35 which will be deducted from your refund on return.

For more information on returns please click here.


Working with wood is an ancient art form and the carpenters that skilfully create our collections, from chopping boards to coffee tables, hone the age-old skills of their forefathers whilst embracing new and exciting designs for the future.

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Ethical. Eco Friendly. Handmade.

The materials we work with shape our collections and play a key part in our look and values. We choose to work with natural, recycled and reclaimed materials through sustainable methods of production. Whether it’s the makers’ distinctive style, the character of the piece or the inspiration behind its origins, there’s always more to tell than meets the eye. Every product has a story...