Looking for a round antiqued mirror? You’re in the right place.
This article shows you 5 of our popular frameless antiqued mirrors — how they been used and where you can find them.
Why Round & Why Frameless
1. The Everly
A timeless addition to any colorful or spare living or working space – inspired by the 1920s palette. This frameless antiqued mirror evokes the aged look of a vintage piece.
It is reproduction — made today — and can be featured in a variety of locations, but we recommend powder rooms and bathrooms. The piece is 29″ in the photograph but can be made to any size between 8″ and 64″ inches in diameter.
This piece is is available exclusively through our Etsy.
You can order a swatch here to see how the material looks in your space.
2. The Rhea – A Round Antiqued Mirror
This is one of our subtle, colorful pieces – the finish of this mirror has blues, purples, and pinks. Best for adding subtle flair, this piece can work as both a functional mirror and an artistic piece. In the past, this piece has been used successfully as a foyer mirror, though I bet it could work in a powder or bathroom also.
The piece is 32″ in the photograph but this round antiqued mirror can be made to any size between 8″ and 64″ inches in diameter. The edge of the mirror has a smooth finish — like a glass table top — and hangs via mounting hardware on its back
Also, this piece is also available exclusively through our Etsy.
3. The Lia
One of our darker, subtler patterns, the Lia has a dark golden pattern. Unlike other pieces that change more piece to piece, the Lia usually looks about the same, since the finish is so small.
The overall effect of this piece can be subtle, so its best for smaller pieces that will actually get some attention — like powder rooms or bathrooms.
On the other hand, larger pieces usually look better with more abstract, artistic finished. The piece in the photograph above is 28″
Looking for a hint of subtle charm? This piece is is available exclusively through our Etsy.
4. The Belgian
Though #4 on our list, the Mona is my favorite round antiqued mirror.
An abstract artistic finish that works really well in a large format (but looks good as a small piece too) this was one of the first finishes we developed at MirrorCoop.
The angle of the photo makes the size a little difficult to see, but this piece is 27″ in diameter as pictured. Like the other mirrors in this post, the diameter can be changed between ~8″ and 64″, but please reach out to me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) to confirm.
This piece is currently available by custom request only. If you are interested, please email me directly!
5. The Grace
One of our newer finishes, the Grace has a green patina — like an aged piece of copper. I fell in love with some copper fixtures we worked with on a Los Angeles project, and decided to translate that look onto a mirror surface.
Like the Mona (#4) this piece is available by custom request only. Just drop me a line on email – email@example.com – for lead times and availability.
Mirror Coop is a studio that works with mirror, glass, and metal to build wall mirrors and furniture in the US and beyond. Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, and Domaine Home have featured our work. The studio is led by John Linden. All pieces are handmade in the United States. We individually using traditional and new techniques developed for tinting and finishing mirror. If you are a interior designer, join our interior design program for fast lead times, priority on limited editions, and discount from retail.