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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 to open and play with the perspectives and to see what is behind us.

Classically Stylish Antique Mirrors

It is no surprise that mid-century decorating styles work well with contemporary and antique mirrors. Modern chic aesthetics combined with vintage mirrors add an element of character to any space. Post-war antique mirrors with understated designs and natural frames can be found in a variety of neutral colors that work well in any contemporary home. 

The journey from the early innovations found in reflective glass to the eye-catching looks of vintage and antique mirrors used for trendy modern interiors is a long road, but we are reminded of the adventure every time we see these elegant home items still used today. These mirror frame styles have undergone extensive changes until around the 19th century, where we currently find the majority of today’s vintage mirror designs rooted. However, these beautiful mirrors were frequently prohibitively expensive for all but the most elite in society. 

By the turn of the 20th century, the science of alloys allowed for the easy manufacture of mirrors with ornate frames from materials that mimicked precious metals, allowing for the everyday family to decorate their homes better. Art Deco-style antique mirrors began popping up in entryways, and Regency-era frames made their way into mid-century vintage mirror construction. 

Cleaning antique and vintage mirrors is easy with the help of white vinegar, pure water, and rubbing alcohol. Harsh cleaning agents typically found in store-bought cleaners are harsh for cleaning antique mirror frames and might damage the alloys. Bleach, soda, salts, and dyes can ruin paints on vintage mirror frames. Cleaner made from rubbing alcohol, vinegar, and water evaporates quickly so as not to damage wood or metal while removing greasy smudges or fingerprint stains on the mirror’s surface. As always, it’s wise to test small areas on your antique and vintage mirrors before cleaning them with any agent, including homemade cleaners.