It’s interesting to wonder what people did before mirrors were invented. It’s bad enough that they didn’t have mirrors to help pull themselves together in the mornings, but they couldn’t even take a look to know what they looked like. Fortunately, we now have mirrors for just about every task. Created by manufacturers like American Fixture, there are mirrors that not only help a person with her make-up but mirrors that can even show her what her shoes look like from all angles.
Mirrors can be small enough to fit on a vanity top, like an adjustable oval mirror with a lacy, raw steel support. Another mirror is built very much like it, but it’s big enough to sit on the floor and is nearly five feet tall. A simpler oval mirror has an S-shaped support on a metal stand. A square shoe mirror is crowned with a touch of raw steel filigree and has two sides for the owner’s convenience.
Some mirrors aren’t made out of glass but acrylic. One, which comes in two sizes, is small enough to fit on a counter and is a simple rectangle. Another is a bit more fancy. This one is oval shaped, double sided and tilts in a modernistic frame.
Finally, a lovely three way mirror is just the thing for a dressing room or walk-in closet. This has a chrome stand and is six feet tall. This mirror makes sure that the owner looks as good as she can be before she goes out to work or play.