The Arscott metal garden mirror is renowned for its exquisite design, featuring classic Gothic-style intersecting mullions at the uppermost part of the frame. Enclosed within an elegant arched hoodmould, these intersections evoke the image of a tree’s branches expanding and intertwining, both behind and in front of one another.
This beautifully natural look contributes to the Arscott’s popularity, as it effortlessly enhances both interior and exterior spaces. When placed strategically, the metal garden mirror can create a captivating window effect, seamlessly integrating into the design of any home.
- Arscott metal garden mirror
- Classic Gothic-style intersecting mullions
- Uppermost part of the frame
- Arched hoodmould
- Tree’s branches expanding and intertwining
- Beautifully natural look
- Popular style
- Creates window effect
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor placement
Colour & Finish
The frame has a array of colouration spanning from the bare steel of the frame, to slightly textured patches of dark grey and gold.
The frame is made of steel for a hardy structure that won’t bend or bow when exposed to moisture or sunlight.
The reflective glass is frost protected so you can feel confident in leaving this mirror outdoors all year round without it cracking.
A plastic sheet board sits behind the mirror panel to keep it in place within the frame while helping to further protect it from both accidents and the elements.
Coming in at 114 x 50 x 1.5 cm, this metal garden mirror can work well as a feature piece on a wall near your outdoor seating area.
You can also add a touch of glamour to your garden by placing it on your fence or shed.
A unique and eye-catching way to display this piece can be by hanging it on a tree.
If there’s one thing this piece can do well, it’s moving natural light into spaces that were previously without. So, we invite you to have fun and experiment with ways you could beam light into those shadier spots within your garden.
Installation & Hanging Guidelines
This mirror will come with one, two, or three keyholes on the reverse of the metal frame, which can be used to hang it onto either screws or hooks.
To hang this mirror, attach it directly to wall screws (not supplied) that are equally spaced from the centre of the keyholes. DO NOT STRING.
Please note that screws and Rawl plugs are not included with this item.
We recommend using a competent trades person to install this mirror in a secure and safe manner. As when hung outside, strong winds can cause weak fastenings to come loose.
Similarly for the same reason, we do not recommend leaning this mirror against walls or trees outside without the frame being securely fastened in some way.
This mirror is not only confined to use within the outdoor realm, as it can also work well indoors hung on walls throughout your home.
Cleaning & Maintenance
Should the glass require cleaning, utilize a standard glass cleaning spray or a water/white-vinegar mixture spray, then wipe the glass using a lint-free, scratch-free cloth for a flawless, streak-free result.
When cleaning the frame, refrain from using bleach or harsh chemicals. Opt to wipe it with a slightly damp with water lint-free cloth.
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A Poem For You
In the secret corners of nature’s lair,
A metal garden mirror reflects the world so fair,
Gleaming in the sunlight’s warm embrace,
Capturing beauty, both gentle and fierce.
The flowers dance, petals awash with hues,
A mosaic of colours, in the mirror’s gentle muse,
The ivy creeps, entwined in metal frame,
A story of growth, in whispers it came.
Beneath the canopy of the verdant trees,
Where light and shadow playfully tease,
A metal garden mirror stands tall and bright,
A sentinel guarding, day and night.
Through the seasons, the mirror bears witness,
To life’s grand parade, its joys and its distress,
In its gleaming surface, reflections converge,
A meeting of realms, in nature’s poetic urge.
As twilight falls, and stars adorn the sky,
The metal garden mirror whispers a lullaby,
And in the garden, secrets are tucked away,
To be revealed anew, in the light of day.