The inspiration for this new wall mirror lies with a Bloomsbury interior for the Music Room at the Lefevre Gallery in London in 1932. The room theme was Autumn, with 6 large painted panels around the walls. Above the fireplace was a large painted mirror, which looks almost cartoonish (!) with it's simple shapes & colours. However, the simplicity works in it's favour to make a really strong impact in any interior. The striking effect is further enhanced with glass roundels set in a row down each side, reflecting light back like jewels. Typically the mirror frame itself was just a flat surface for decoration. Within reason, the size could be adapted to whatever size you want, as made to order, but keeping to the same proportion. It is not a cheap mirror to make, not least because of all the inset mirrors. Made to order. Below are shown a few colour variations, so you change the colour to match your interior but keep the look.