Supercurve Mirror Tiny Flower - Seletti

Embrace the vibrant pop aesthetic with the Supercurve Mirror, designed to infuse your space with its dazzling neon-inspired colours. Featuring a frame in a striking pink hue, this mirror serves as a dynamic focal point that revitalizes any room. The integrated LED strip within the frame casts a soft, colorful glow, enhancing the ambiance and adding a touch of extravagance. Full of energy and flair, the Supercurve Light Mirror adds life to your wall space and imbues the room with a trendy and artistic atmosphere, making it a must-have statement piece for contemporary interiors.

From mixing reflective, translucent and super-coloured materials, an enjoyable mirror with subtle curves is born! Good vibes are coming!


Material: Glass, Perspex
Size: 118.5 x 108 x 4cm
Weight: 8kg

Illuminated wall mirror
Connect to mains power - Dimmer on the cable.
Integrated LED light source: 43W, 5500 lumen, 3200 K° - 220 volts - IP20


Founded in 1964, Italian lifestyle brand Seletti focuses on presenting design projects that showcase the creative characteristics synonymous with Italian excellence. Linking design to pop art in the most charming and irreverent manner, Seletti’s collections blend art with daily life icons.

Since its inception, Seletti has always followed its own rules. From iconic lighting and art de la table to statement objects and furniture, Seletti’s collection of irreverent pieces blends art with the everyday and are designed to make life more fun and exciting.

Seletti is now led by Stefano and Miria Seletti and has expanded into a range of collections embodying enthusiasm, passion, creativity, and experimentation.

Stefano has always believed in reinvention and works with a range of young Italian and international designers to evolve their designs. By also working with people outside of the design world, Stefano can look at the process from new angles, his unconventional and non-academic background lead him to break down barriers and journey towards a ‘new beauty. For Seletti, this is (r)evolution.