Decorative mirrors rose to popularity in the 1800s. One leading Georgian designer described the convex mirror as ‘an elegant and useful ornament’ with Royal patronage to boot!
Butler’s Mirror or Convex Mirror…what’s in a name?
Convex mirrors have, over the centuries, been known by many names. Butler’s mirror, banker’s mirror, witch’s eye…we explain how these names came about.
Light in the Dark
Decorative convex mirrors can be easily and widely implemented to help maximise the light in your interior!
Convex mirrors: from the B to the C…who put the bling in convex mirrors?
Convex mirrors have been around for centuries. But it was those elegant Georgians who really turned convex mirrors into must-have home accessories.
Style Classic: the decorative convex mirror
Most people are familiar with the convex mirror these days – how it came about may not be so well known. In fact, the convex mirror originated in Europe with the development of glass blowing in the Medieval-Renaissance period.