AT Europe: Paris - Mirrored Stickers

AT Europe: Paris - Mirrored Stickers

Kristin Hohenadel
Nov 28, 2007

Les stickers miroir. The sticker craze has yet to attract a backlash in France, where les stickers seem to be treated not as passing trend but modern design classic. Of course that could all change demain...

In the meantime, mirrored stickers have been showing up in various incarnations around town, like the ones above at Luka Luna in the Marais, sold à la carte in various flower shapes and sizes, plus butterflies and birds, so you can make your own configurations. Wall4Me also makes large mirrored stickers in a variety of shapes from designers like Christian Ghion and Emma Roux.

The mirrored stickers are made from sturdy 3-mm-thick acrylic glass that is supple enough to be digitally cut. Pictured here are Grand Siècle chandelier by Wall4ME (€88), a Venetian-inspired mirror from Emma Roux (€125) and Bubbles by Christian Ghion (€230). More designs and online ordering worldwide via the website.

- Kristin Hohenadel blogging from rue Vieille du Temple, Paris, France. She can be reached at kristinh @ apartmenttherapy . com
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