Nature-inspired designs: Séura’s Eco Design Collection of lighted mirrors

Séura unveiled its latest collection of lighted mirror designs, the Eco Design Collection. The collection was inspired by nature and has a total of 10 designs, grouped into four different themes. Cove uses sand and water, Soar is reminiscent of bird feathers, Flora celebrates floral beauty and Timber resembles tree bark.

All Séura lighted mirror designs are etched only on the back of the glass using the “Clean-Last Etching” process. Séura’s etching process helps keep the glass free of debris, is less susceptible to collecting contaminants, and allows for easy cleaning. In addition, Séura offers Brilliant LED lighting technology to deliver sustainable lighting. The etching patterns from the Eco Design Collection are available in conjunction with standard and custom mirror shapes and sizes, bevel choices, lighting technologies, TV sizes and locations and various frames.

Séura is a manufacturer of television mirrors, waterproof televisions, outdoor televisions and lighted mirrors. It was established in 2003.

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