350mm wide x 590mm deep x 1430mm high (13 3/4” x 23¼” x 56¼”)
In ash or walnut with a natural wax/oil finish
The Weight & See mirror is a playful contemporary take on the traditional freestanding full length wooden cheval mirror. Simply move the highly polished stainless steel ball to change the mirrors angle. It is beautifully crafted in the UK from wood from sustainable sources and finished with a natural hard wax oil.
Awarded a The Furniture Makers’ Company, Bespoke Guild Mark.
Usually in stock or 12 weeks lead time.
About Katie Walker Furniture
Highly individual furniture, carefully crafted, as beautiful as it is functional, as collectable as it is comfortable. Katie Walker’s constantly evolving collection and commissions are the result of a rigorous approach to design and are produced with meticulous attention to detail in the UK using finest quality materials and highly skilled craftsmen.
Guided by the belief that “timber is our primary natural renewable resource and the most ecologically sound solution is to design with longevity in mind”, all Katie Walker furniture is made from sustainably sourced timber, most of which is from the UK.
Timber is only sourced from forests certified by the FSC and Katie is proud to support British forestry with the knowledge that it will provide a well managed sustainable resource for the future.
In 2020 Katie Walker Furniture collaborated with Elvis & Kresse to produce a new cover for the Beam bench. Elvis & Kresse’s modular leather system was designed to deal with the production waste from luxury leather goods. At least 800,000 tonnes of leather waste is produced globally. Elvis & Kresse's modular system uses three shapes to lock together leather fragments cut from this waste into components that can be woven together into a whole new kind of hide unrestricted by size or shape. "The rescued modular leather has exceeded our environmental goals whilst adding to the bench’s beauty - Elvis & Kresse have helped produce something that finally matches my aspirations for this design.”