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Design Foraging: Objet Trouve by Codor Designs

Note: Out of respect for these artists, I’d like to set the record straight.  This post is getting a lot of traffic from Pinterest and I’m happy, as I’m sure the artists would be, that they are inspiring so many, however the mirrors pictured here are most definitely NOT a DIY project made my myself.  I have no idea how the DIY thing has been perpetuated around Pinterest, but these are incredible artisan crafted sculptural mirrors created by Seattle designers Tamara Codor and Sterling Voss AKA Codor Designs.  Not in any way a homemade DIY.  😉

I admit, I have a thing for mirrors.  I don’t think it has anything to do with vanity ( anyone who knows me will attest that can’t be it ).  I think it’s more about how they have the power to be functional sculpture.  An interesting mirror, like an intriguing piece of artwork, instantly elevates a room.  As a painting does, a mirror can become a portal for imagination.  This week, I spied the work of Seattle design duo, Tamara Codor and Sterling Voss of Codor Designs and immediately fell hard for their Objet Trouve series of sculptural mirrors.

Jabberwocky by Codor Designs

Jabberwocky, 36×56

Birds of Paradise by Codor Designs

Birds of Paradise, 35×61

Mimsy by Codor Designs

Mimsy, 22×34

Snow Bird by Codor Designs

Snow Bird, 32×59

Silver Birds by Codor Design

Silver Birds ( sold )

I have no doubt one of these beauties would be stunning on a reclaimed wood wall in my beach house on the Oregon Coast.  What?  An artsy can dream, right?!  To see more work from Codor Designs, be sure to check out the website full of gorgeously crafted furnishings.

All images via the Codor Design website.

 

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  • Betty819

    This Mirrors are really beautiful, each and every one..How did you spray them without getting paint on the mirror itself? What type of hangar did you use to hang them? I imagine they are heavy.. Would you consider doing a tuitorial or do you already have one made up that I missed?

    • Artsy Forager

      Thank you for commenting, Betty! I know this post is getting a lot of traffic from Pinterest, but the mirrors pictured here are most definitely NOT a DIY project made my myself. These are incredibly artisan crafted sculptural mirrors created by Seattle designers Tamara Codor and Sterling Voss AKA Codor Designs. Although I’m sure they’ve sparked inspiration for some brilliant DIYs, this isn’t really a DIY website. 😉