Hand-Bound Hemp Mirrors by Grain

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Works of painstaking modern-day craftsmanship, these mirrors are first cut to shape, then hand stitched with hemp twine around the perimeter, to attach the mirror layer to wooden backing. The hand-stitching with hemp twine provides a subtle contrast to the precisely cut mirror, adding an element of roughness to otherwise perfectly shaped forms. A variety of hemp colors and mirror textures are available, and the mirrors come in different sizes. In accordance with Grain‘s commitment to environmental responsibility, the production process is sustainable, utilizing FSC certified baltic birch plywood, and other renewable materials, and does not use any toxic chemicals. And they’re made in the Pacific Northwest.

Cameron

Cameron

Cameron is a designer and holds degrees in urban studies and architecture, and has a background in grassroots community involvement for neighborhood improvement and development. Having lived in New York and Buenos Aires, she is a lover of cities and currently lives in Quito, Ecuador. She loves bicycles, fresh juice, and the Andean topography punctuated by volcanoes that characterize Quito’s landscape.

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