SELETTI Toiletpaper tongue-print mirror

£240.00
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Seletti Toiletpapermirror
Mirror with wall hanging, screen-printed image on glass
MDF frame and glass with brass edge
Drill design, can also be stood against a wall
Height 59cm, width 54cm
Product Code: 7532114
Ref: 5346-5346-17082

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UK Delivery

  • Standard delivery

    £5.00

  • Nominated day

    £8.00

    Order by 6:00pm

  • Timed delivery

    £10.00

UK Click and Collect

  • Next day* collection at any of our stores

    FREE

    Order by 10:00pm

International

  • Europe Express

    £15.00

  • Rest of the World Express

    £25.00

FREE

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Returns

It's okay if you change your mind, we offer a 28 day returns policy, whether you purchased it in store or from the point you received or collected your online order.

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Italy's Seletti has been blending its artful creations with inspiration from everyday life since the 1960s. Part of the light-hearted Seletti Wears Toiletpaper collection (created by art figure Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari), this tongue and lipstick mirror features a cheeky design that's halfway between a mirror and a painting. Theattention-grabbing image originates from Toiletpaper magazine, founded in 2010; it's provocative and eccentric – why not continue the boundary-pushing theme and hang it in your bathroom?

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