Design is design, they say. And some might like a thing while others will hate it or simply ignore it. But when it comes to the Razorblade Mirror, it's sure that nobody will remain indifferent. It just takes a little bit more nerve than usual to wake up every morning and smile at the razorblade. Designer Phil Sims thought that the shape of a razorblade was something cool and thus he turned it into another functional object to have around the house: a mirror.
If you're the kind of person who fears cutting objects such as knives, scissors and the likes, you'll most likely throw very conspicuous looks at this interior design accessory.
But if nothing troubles you, you should prepare to meet your friends' amazed looks as they lay eyes on the Razorblade Mirror for the very first time. Now, a very cool thing about this thing is that it can be installed in your bathroom and in pretty much any other place around your residence, since it also boasts a very artsy aura, despite the fact that some might say it comes with a grim and spooky air about it.
Indeed, the engraved name of Sweeney Todd has nothing to do with your peace of mind, especially if you're the kind of person who screams when watching horror movies. Suitable for homes and public places like pubs, bars or discos, the Razorblade Mirror is certain to make a lot of heads turn; and of course, you can still use it to shave or reduce the mess in your hair, thanks to its generous 27.5" x 15" dimensions.
If you feel like bringing a completely new look to a part of your home and make a strong impression on your friends and visitors, hand over $139 and enjoy the Razorblade Mirror. Just be careful not to break it: a broken mirror gets you 7 years of bad luck... but nobody knows exactly how this period varies when it comes to a razorblade-shaped one.We are just a few, but there are many of you, Softpedia users, out there. That's why we thought it would be a good idea to create an email address for you to help us a little in finding gadgets we missed. Interesting links are bound to be posted with recognition going mainly to those who submit. The address is .