The corners of rooms are under-utilized spaces, so the designer of the Check Mirror took the opportunity to make a piece that would nestle in there quite nicely. The Menu product is fairly minimalist in form, comprising a steel frame and a long rectangular reflector, but it's a quirk of the former component that actually gives it more versatility.
The top bar of the metal border has been bent out of shape, forming a 90-degree angle backwards. With this pointed and protruding element, the full-length mirror can be securely tucked into the meeting of two perpendicular walls. What's more, the Kaschkasch Cologne Check Mirror may still be effectively placed in front of a flat surface. There, it could face forwards or be angled towards one side of the room or another.