2018 March 6

That’re unusual and unique mirrors which look as if they’re artworks from the first sight. A Swedish designer Jenny Nordberg creates such a mirror in less than 5 minutes! How’s that possible for her?

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You can get the result like that when you spray chemical liquid on a glass. That’s a 19-century-mirror-formation technology when chemical soak made of liquid silver is spilled on a glass fibre. The soak immediately evaporates, and a thin silver layer is left on the glass which create unique patterns, therefore, the mirror is never the same. Isn’t that wonderful?

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jennynordberg.se

As Jenny says, she admires this technology because it’s uncontrolled. Liquid decides itself where to run out and which shape to form. Firstly it looks like water but after some time it magically turns into a mirror. Jenny Nordberg experimented even 6 months and explored this technology so that she could create the most perfect formula. The interesting fact is that seeking to explore if that’s possible to make items and furniture made by hands in a period when massive production items are made she turned herself into a machine and didn’t let herself work with more than 1 mirror for more than 3-5 minutes.

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jennynordberg.se

I don’t really know how it looks like for you but for me it’s something wonderful. I’d lovely hang such a mirror, which has, of course, a more decorative than a functional role (depending on how liquid decides to leave its trace). Have they admired you the same way it admired me?

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jennynordberg.se

jennynordberg.se

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My name is Evelina Aleliūnienė. I'm founder of this blog and interior designer. Writing this blog helps me while doing this kind of job and is a great bundle of beautiful ideas for you!

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