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Antique & Vintage Mirrors Back To Collection

Bevolo offers customers a broad selection of vintage and antique mirrors to choose from that can seamlessly integrate into almost any contemporary style. For more tips on how to use antique and vintage mirrors in your home, reach out to us via phone or email to learn more! The mirror is a decorative element with many virtues and one of the most important is, without question, the reflection it reflects. It is indeed particularly useful to visually enlarge a room and give depth to it. It allows us to open and play with the perspectives and to see what is behind us.

Classic and Timeless Antique Mirrors

There's an undeniable charm that vintage mirrors bring into any living space. Melding the grace of mid-century decor with contemporary settings, they become not just reflective surfaces, but pieces of art and history. When paired with modern chic designs, a vintage mirror can transport you to a different era while adding depth and personality to the room. Especially noteworthy are the post-war era mirrors, which sported subtle designs and nature-inspired frames in a myriad of versatile neutral shades, seamlessly blending into today’s interiors.

The evolution of mirrors is nothing short of a journey: from the rudimentary reflective glass of yesteryears to the intricately designed antique and vintage mirrors that grace sophisticated interiors today. By the 19th century, mirror designs had solidified into the iconic vintage styles we're familiar with today. However, these beautiful mirrors were frequently prohibitively expensive for all but the most elite in society.

By the turn of the 20th century, technological advancements, especially in alloy science, led to the creation of ornate mirror frames that mimicked the sheen and weight of precious metals but were significantly more affordable. The once-exclusive luxury of a grand mirror became a staple in homes, with the glamorous Art Deco mirrors gracing entryways and the classic Regency-era frames inspiring mid-century mirror designs.

In the world of interior decor, where the new often merges with the old, vintage mirrors stand testament to timeless elegance and style. They're not just looking glasses, but windows to a rich and varied past.