The round mirror has been used in interior decoration for centuries. Its circular shape is the perfect contrast to the straight lines and right angles of a room and the features within.

As you can see in the following images, a round mirror visually breaks up the boxy, linear form of the fireplace and adds interest to the overall look.

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Medium Roma convex mirror in off-white. Image credit: Tania Azadian Interiors.


As ever, the larger the mirror, the greater the impact.

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Large Lucca convex round mirror finished in silver leaf. Image credit: Lucy Swallow Interiors.


Our Large Lucca mirror measuring 105cm diameter is always sure to wow.


Of course, size doesn’t always matter! A small round mirror has been used to great effect in this summer house.

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Small Cavetto round mirror in Pale Lime. Image credit: Carolyn Parker Interior Design.


Painted in Pale Lime, this colourful mirror packs a zesty punch against the whitewashed interior. And the round mirror’s silhouette is a welcome addition to the straight lines of the tongue and groove walls and ceiling, whilst echoing the curves of the window, lights and chairs.


Decorating with a round mirror needn’t be confined to the living areas of your home.

Here the interior designer chose to decorate with a round mirror in the client’s bathroom. It’s porthole style, paired with the Cole & Son wallpaper, enhances the aquatic vibe, and the bespoke blue paint finish adds to the ‘watery’ feel of the scheme.

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Our Medium Cavetto round mirror in bespoke blue painted finish. Image credit: Caroline Riddell Interiors.


Why not bring your style full circle and decorate with a round mirror?

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