Garden giftware company Fallen Fruits has seen growing sales of its range of garden mirrors.
Commenting on the range, Fallen Fruits managing director Michael Hall stated: ?Inspired by the ?Trompe- l’?il? art technique, our unusual garden mirrors can be used to ?deceive the eye? and add a new perspective to any outdoor space.?
With a choice of styles, Fallen Fruits garden mirrors can be positioned to enhance gardens of any size. The ?gothic? mirror combines elegant curved lines and sharp pointed arches to create an interesting focal point. In both short and tall sizes, it can help to highlight a particular feature of the garden or would work well as a standalone piece.
Other more novel styles in the range include the ?owl mirror? and the ?heart-shaped mirror?. These pieces add a more ?quirky? style to the garden. With large, clear central panes these mirrors can be used to reflect light into dark corners and are ideal for creating a more spacious ambience in smaller outdoor spaces.
Michael continued: ?By providing an array of different styles of garden mirrors, we are able to cater for all garden designs. The escalation in sales across the range is testament to their large appeal for consumers with a variety of different tastes.?
Garden retailers can contact Fallen Fruits for more information on 01584 873377 or email [email protected]