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.
As ever, the larger the mirror, the greater the impact.
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.
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.
Why not bring your style full circle and decorate with a round mirror?