Round Mirrors

Porthole, circular, curvy and fisheye, with such a variety of round mirrors, you’re spoilt for choice. In a world of straight lines, a round wall mirror is one of the quickest and easiest ways to mix things up and creating a standout feature.
Where to position your round mirror?
The good news is, just about anywhere looks great with a round mirror.
You’re probably familiar with round bathroom mirrors, but a large round silver or contemporary glass mirror over a mantel piece contrasts beautifully with the strong verticals.
While in a dining room, an extra large round mirror creates a fantastic feature, and helps to bounce light around the room.
Mix things up
A round, black-framed mirror amongst a collection of black framed photos or prints adds an unexpected interest.
Or you could be playful and try a curvy, ornate, antiqued or Venetian decorative mirror in an unexpected location like a kitchen or bathroom.
Round mirror ideas
Hang a fisheye or small round mirror on a hallway wall for a fun porthole effect.
A big starburst or sun mirror makes a great stand-alone feature for almost any room.
Round gold mirrors add a touch of decadence to a wall, and contrast beautifully with bare brick and concrete.
Or there’s our ready-made circles mirrors for a fun collection that’s easy to hang. Perfect over a bubble-filled bath!

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