This surreal mirror instantly caught our eye because it's odd enough to make us stop and reflect on, well.... reflections. It's the work of Paul Loebach, a young Brooklyn designer who has a wholly unique -- and really intriguing -- way of thinking about furniture. Check out his website and the picture below to see what we mean.
Meanwhile, the mirror is partially constructed so that design types can appreciate the cross-sections of molding and glass. We suspect it's also partially made to mess with our conception of frames and reflections -- and we appreciate that too.
Half Mirror @ The Future Perfect, $650