Space by space gives way to a mirror that resembles graphing paper, fun yet sophisticated. Who wasn't left in awe by the graphing paper that we used as a child? In memory of the hours we spent inventing and drawing up designs at our desks, Studiocharlie designers based their mirror on a similar design, which utilizes the mini blocks used on graphing paper. The Centimetri mirror's surface flaunts a thin frame with maxi squares, which enliven the mirror and add a designer's touch. The product is versatile: the Centimetri mirror can be rested on the ground and catch the eye with its tilting edge, which can also be placed on the wall and liven up a bathroom or bedroom. The base that wraps around the mirror is made of coated metal, a material that allows for a robust and durable product that doesn't sacrifice looks. With a solid material like metal, the piece allowed the designers of the Studiocharlie group to create an accessory that could last through both the humidity and heat as well as dust that the bathroom withstands. The calm appearance that this mirror gives off stems from its graceful shape and detail-oriented structure. As a matter of fact, Studiocharlie is well known for having won honourable mention in 2004 at the ADI XX Golden Compass for its new font Csuni. As a group that's just as close-knit as it is creative, it was only a matter of time until a unique collection of designer pieces came out. And this is why buying a mirror like Centimetri is a great way to spice up your house with a stylish accessory, ready to make a lasting impression. By virtue of its size, which has a 20 cm diameter and 22 cm height, the Centimetri mirror catches the eye of anyone in its presence. The idea behind creating this mirror came about after the success of the Nota chair, which also found inspiration in the scholastic setting from a school chair, providing endless prospects for brilliant creations for true nostalgics looking for accessories with a bang.