In earlier incarnations during the late 17th century, a Cheval wicker floor dressing mirror was a bulky contraption operated with chains and pulleys for angling while ladies dressed. Today, they’re prettier and more practical than ever, especially when crafted with wicker and wood construction. Over sized rolled edging with an inner braided fillet accentuates the elegant rounding of this rectangular design. Side supports with understated finials provide smooth angling while the base features wide triangular supports and a woven connecting inset with a traditional diamond pattern. Rattan reed with two finish options gives it a feminine edge that can go from bedrooms and hallways to the sun room or sitting area.