This collection of round antiqued mirror is one of our more traditional sets of work.
Here, we emphasize a sophisticated, simple approach to mirrors.
I personally prefer frameless mirrors to framed, as I believe that frameless look does well integration into its environment, with out the color and finish matching introduced by a frame.
The pieces shown here all have very detailed and colorful antiqued patterns.
I think this antiqued style creates an effect similar to a piece of art, more than just a wall mirror. Keeping the mirror frameless gives the mirror a sleek and modern look that pairs well with the vintage color finish.
If you do prefer framed, adding the accent of a frame may allow you to match your mirror to various pieces of art or furniture in your space — all this integrating your round antiqued mirror into the room’s motif.
Why Round Mirrors are Chic
Sure you’ve seen a wall mirror or two in your life, and I’m guessing most have been rectangles. So why would anyone go for round?
Drama – round mirrors are much more elegant and dramatic that rectangles.
If you want that extra pinch of chic, a round mirror can get you there.
Rare – round mirrors are harder to build that square mirrors.
As a result, less expensive mirrors are almost always square.
This simple fact has made round mirrors a relative rarity in decor, except for in high end interiors.
One of our most popular wall mirrors. The Emy has a light, stormy finish and very modern aesthetic.
The piece is frameless, with a polished edge and high visibility. In other words, you could use this piece to apply make up without any problem.
The piece is shown at 28″ but comes in any diameter between 8″ and 60″
Look closely and you will see what sets this piece apart. The light gold shimmer that the Galyn has creates a lowkey sparkle on the surface of the mirror.
This piece is a subtle yet interesting statement that is perfect in a boho bedroom or living space.
The sparkling gold fits with the boho aesthetic, providing a colorful, dynamic reflection of your space.
One of our moodier mirrors, the Olive has a dark patina that works well in a Midcentury interior space.
Another frameless mirror, the Olive is a more traditional part of our collection.
If you want to add some artistry to your space but don’t want to stray to far, this is a great option.
Just like its name, the Penelope is a dynamic, fun, and exotic wall mirror.
The center, viewing section of the mirror is clear, while the edges have a black patina, creating an artistic effect and pseudo frame along the outside of the mirror.
Another classic — and maybe our most loved — the Emory is a simple, elegant beauty.
With its cloudy finish, the piece has a simple antiqued patina perfect for creating a little mood with out going overboard.