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Simpsons Mirrors

British Design and Manufacturing is core to Simpsons Mirrors’ philosophy. Simpsons create a range of beautiful, traditionally styled mirrors and furniture using a large range of leathers, woods and glass. They believe it is vitally important to have their manufacturing premises based in England so that they can ensure that quality, attention to detail and design are kept throughout the whole process. They also collaborate with leading interior designers such as Chris Dezille.Many of Simpsons Mirrors’ workshop staff come from traditional furniture making backgrounds, so the same care and attention to detail used in these manufacturing methods is still used for making Simpsons’ beautiful contemporary pieces today.www.simpsonsmirrors.com

Opulent Glamour

Simpsons Mirrors create inspiring designer mirrors and furniture that showcase the versatility of materials and the opulence of mirror tiles and finishes. Collections highlight glamour and the inspiration taken from past eras. However, they consistently make pieces that are still relevant and beautifully contemporary.

Exquisite Materials

Quality materials are sourced from all over the world to provide essential detail to Simpson Mirrors products. Over 100 styles of genuine and faux leathers with standard and exotic skins are used. Alongside the leathers, woods including walnut, ebony, Macassar and wenge add authentic and rich finishes to the mirror, lighting and furniture pieces.

Quality Control

Since 1976, the firm have been known for producing gorgeous mirrors and mirrored furniture, with all glass sourced from UK manufacturers. A high level of quality control is taken before the application process begins. A range of bevelled, tiled, antiqued and two-way glass finishes are used through out.