While the convex mirror has been around since at least the 14th Century, it had a sharp rise in popularity during the Neo-classical Regency and Georgian periods. Adding light to rooms before electricity, they were popular from both practical and decorative standpoints. The convex mirror is an accessory that has had tremendous staying power. Design giants – such as Billy Baldwin, Dorothy Draper and Tony Duquette – loved this mirror shape during the last century, and we continue to use them today. They project light, add sparkle to a room and create a pleasingly distorted reflection. Take a look at some of our current favorites in our stores:
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