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Joy Mirror

Nanna Ditzel 1988

Designed by Nanna Ditzel for Getama in 1999, the Joy vanity mirror features a dramatic arched mirror and four lower pocket drawers.

The versatile piece was first designed for Ditzel’s own Copenhagen apartment, where cramped space called for creative and space-saving ideas. A fusion of practical storage and beautiful aesthetics, the Joy Mirror is ideal for the entrance hall or bedroom. The four slim drawers of the furniture are divided into small practical compartments that allow for organisation and are finished off with elegant handles.


Nanna Ditzel

Known for her keen interest in materiality and an experimental approach, Ditzel — who often worked together with Jørgen — remains one of the most prolific creative minds of the Scandinavian mid-century movement, with countless innovative designs to her name.


Nanna Ditzel’s collaboration with Getama Furniture yielded several remarkable designs, including the ‘Ring’ chair, the ‘Vita’ sofa. With an innate ability to seamlessly blend form and function, Ditzel revolutionised the field of modern furniture design, leaving an indelible mark on the industry.