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Style Classic: the decorative convex mirror

Most people are familiar with the convex mirror these days – how it came about may not be so well known. In fact, the convex mirror originated in Europe with the development of glass blowing in the Medieval-Renaissance period.

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Big, bold & beautiful – our largest convex mirror

We are pleased to introduce the latest, and largest, addition to Omelo’s convex mirror range – the Lucca 03.

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Your small space just got bigger!

With many of us these days having to contend with smaller living spaces, how we choose to decorate and furnish our homes is adapting accordingly.

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Matching Mirrors

While clusters of vintage mirrors might have become slightly clichéd, simple repetition is still an effective way to give more impact to a space and add light.

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Interiors Trend: Brilliant Brights

January has been a busy time for SS14 fashion ad campaign releases. And, as the most buzzed about trends in fashion filter down to our interiors, it’s time to sit up and take note…

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Magical powers of the decorative convex mirror

The French have a rather enchanting name for the convex mirror – ‘oeil de sorcière’ – which literally translates as ‘witch’s eye’!

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Form & Function: sitting pretty

Its good looks and practical versatility ensure that the nursing chair isn’t confined to the homes of the new parent, royal or otherwise!

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THE TREND Copper Convex

One can’t help but feel that the editorial team at Elle Decoration magazine will be devastated when they realise their error – failing to include our copper Cavetto in their Copper Trend feature this month.   As you’ve probably noticed, …

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Brighten your home with a decorative convex mirror

Mirrors are a versatile decorative element that give instant polish to a room with little effort. They can do wonders—from illuminating dark corners to adding elegance and drama to an area, to creating the illusion of space. They can even …

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Work-in-progress at Omelo

We like to photograph our work-in-progress from time to time. Here are some shots we took in our studio…

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