A triangular section of frame at the top of this mirror by German design duo Kaschkasch Cologne allows it to rest neatly in the corner of a room.
The top of its simple aluminium frame is bent into a 90-degree point so it fits into the often unused spaces where perpendicular walls meet.
The tubular frame has curved corners and is available in black, white or moss green.
"Our products are casual and voguish at the same time," said Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider of Kaschkasch Cologne.
"Precise lines and geometrical shapes give them a distinct impression, which we like to combine with intriguing colour combinations for the additional Kaschkasch touch."
When balanced against a flat surface, the top of the frame can be used as a rail for hanging clothes.
"We want each design to offer something extra, discovered by the user little by little," said the designers.
The mirror glass is fixed between the sides of the frame and doesn't extend to the top or bottom.
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