‘Divaar’ meaning ‘Wall’ in Hindi, is a room divider or dressing room piece which combines soft curves with mirrored, timber and cane sections to provide a gentle separation between spaces. Inspired by a combination of a traditional screen and modern day dressing room piece, the design incorporates multiple functionalities whilst adding a statement to any space.
- Dimensions: When folded out 1800 mm High x 2000 mm Wide. Each section 500 mm Wide.
- Materials: Double cane, mirror and timber veneer. Available in a black ash or natural ash finish.
- Lead time: 6-8 weeks
- Design by: Jehanara Knowles
Introducing a colonial-inspired design, this piece uses a traditional woven cane detail, contemporised in its minimal round form.
This wall hung mirror is a statement piece which can be used to add character to any space. The gentle juxtaposition of materials makes each element in this piece add a sculptural characteristic to the mirror.
- Dimensions: 700 mm Diameter.
- Materials: Black or natural ash frame, woven cane, leather strap, timber wall hook.
- Lead time: 8 weeks (Stock available now: 1 x in black ash frame)
- Design by: Jehanara Knowles
Mirrors are among the most common decorative furnishings, often being bought along with tables and chairs, and no matter what kind of style you go for in your home, there will be a design of modern mirror to suit. But to simply hang a mirror on your wall as you might hang a coat on a peg is to barely scratch the surface of its potential.
With a little thought and planning, contemporary mirrors can offer so much more, even providing a focal centerpiece for a room. They can make small spaces look bigger, bring light to dark corners, and set a decorative theme which can be echoed throughout the room or house. Modern interior design trends include using surfaces and textures to manage the light quality within a space, and the neutral, reflective property of mirrors means these traditional furnishings can be used to achieve up-to-the-minute effects.
All our furniture and accessories are produced using traditional Indian materiality and crafting methods. A hallmark of this style is its rejection of ostentation, in favour of subtly textured surfaces based around the natural geometric patterns which result from the techniques used in their manufacture. A minimal mirror will sit more easily in different contexts than one with an ornate or heavily sculpted surround. Built into a dressing screen or room divider, the Divaar Screen is one of the most unique mirrors available anywhere. This piece can be employed as a practical bedroom item, or as a stylish addition to a lounge or dining room. The reflection from the mirrored panels can be used for grooming, or as a way of distracting the eye from what lies beyond the screen.
By using sustainably sourced materials for our handmade mirrors, we offer customers the opportunity to choose products which combine historical style with current values. These natural materials not only highlight the attractive weaving which goes into each piece, but also compliment the current fashion for an earthy aesthetic with a human touch. A cane mirror echoes the natural warmth and softness of the human face, making it the perfect frame for the subject. What’s more, a woven mirror frame softens the starkness of the glass, in the same way that other Kam Ce Kam products can bring balance to their surroundings. Our exquisite mirrors are at their best when complimented by other pieces of furniture in the same unique style.
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