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Hooray for Round Mirrors!

As we all know, trends come in all forms; from colour palettes to the must have home accessory. Mirrors on the other hand have always been a major player in interiors, they create light and can make a room feel double the size. Round mirrors now an interiors must have. They’re popping up all over the home and we’re embracing its circler delights from the cool convex to the plain and simple. 

Oversized is the way to go in my opinion. Just look at this round floor mirror.  Talk about  statement!  This is an extreme choice, but there are plenty of options out there to pick from . We thought we would give you a hand by showcasing a few of our favourites and where to buy.

Everyone is loving the convex mirrors at the moment. Abigail Ahearn’s black framed one is much lusted after! A good size one isn’t cheap, but well worth the investment in our opinion. Another popular style is a distressed or aged effect. Creating a less perfect look, they’re also more visually interesting and look great in the right style room.

Round Mirror Buying Guide

Round Copper Effect Mirror

Calli Mirror

£60 (reduced from £200)

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Ikea Stockholm Walnut Mirror


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Constance large round mirror

Laura Ashley, 100cm


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Black powder coated industrial style round mirror

French Connection, 100cm


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The Convex Camen

Abigail Ahern, various sizes

Around £600

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Convex Round Mirror

You have to check out BandsGlass!

Price Varies

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Vendome convex mirror

Maison du Monde


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Looking for more round mirrors inspiration? Check out our Pinterest board, link below…

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I've always been visually minded and I've spent the last decade working for high street brands with home and interiors departments. I've been involved in both the sourcing and also styling of shop floors and displays, which has taught me a few tricks of the trade! I love all things interiors and embrace each and every trend as they happen.

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