choosing the colours and style of your mirror.
This is the fun bit!! Once you have selected which photograph or image you would like to use, it's time to get creative with the colours and styling. It may seem a bit daunting at first with so many options to choose from, but don't worry, we'll take you through examples below.
Ok, let's start with the picture on the right.
Looking at the picture, I can see it is mainly white and cream with small amounts of brown, grey and blue.
The mirror is going to be put in a traditional room which has cream walls, a brown leather sofa and a wooden floor.
I'd like the mirror to tone with the room, but have a little bit of colour and a few crystals to add interest.
Therefore I have chosen browns and creams as the main colour scheme, with blues as secondary colours, and a Natural style.
(Photo courtesy of Bubbababy Photography, Hastings)
We choose colours for the mirror based on your photo, for example if your image contains salmon pink and you have chosen pinks as your colour scheme, we would use shades of salmon pink rather than bright fuchsia. There is a section on the order form for you to tell us more detail about the colours that you want.
Another example. A black and white photo this time so many options for the colour scheme of the mirror.
The bridesmaids wore ultramarine blue at the wedding, and the flowers were magenta, so the couple wanted to bring these colours into the mirror, without it being too garish.
Therefore they chose white as the main colour scheme, with blues as the secondary colours and pinks as the tertiary colours. They wanted glitter and crystals to remind them of the excitement of the day, so chose Sparkle as the style.
In order to make sure we used the correct shades of blue and pink in this mirror, the couple sent us small samples of the colours in the post. We matched these as closely as possible from the hundreds of colours we have in stock.
(Photo copyright Chocolate Photography, East Sussex)
We choose the exact colours based on your photo, style preferences and any other information you tell us. We tend to use dark, mid and light shades of each colour, and different textures and finishes. So if there's something specific you'd like to include on your mirror, please let us know.
Oranges & Yellows
Grey & Silver
Browns & Creams
Not everybody has the same taste. So we've come up with these options so we can make your mirror in your own personal style.
For those who like glitter and shine. Shimmering colours, iridescence, twinkling crystals and gems.
Contemporary, with rich colours and attractive textures, and a handful of strategically placed crystals and embellishments.
Soft, muted colours and subtle textures. Occasional crystals.
Understated and clean with minimal embellishments.