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 mirror 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 an expensive mirror to make, not least because of all the inset mirrors. Below are shown a few colour variations, so you change the colour to match your interior but keep the look. Made to order, we don't discuss prices until we have agreed a spec. with a customer.
The mirror frame idea was shown with a similar piece of furniture to give you a wider choice of interior ideas. Above left the mirror was made the same width as a 2 door matching sideboard (which is shown in more detail in the sideboards section). The pair make a great splash of colour and visual impact, whether in a living room or hallway. Above right we took this 1 step further to create a bar or bookcase (see bookcase section for more info). Usually the cupboard base would just be fitted with shelves, but we fit it out as you require. The top section could have glass shelves & top LED lights to use it for display purposes.
The mirror frame above left was made wide, hwich shows how we can change the proportions of such pieces. Above right is shown a low bookshelf using the mirror frame idea.