A space has its own personality. Objects within the space either enhance or destroy this beauty. Some objects could change the occupant's and the visitor's mood completely.
Many hotels use this to trigger sensations even before reaching the space - narrow, difficult routes leading to the hotel prompting a paradise like feeling towards the environment. Color codes, shapes and spaces are used to manipulate the vibes of the viewer.
Our Spaces are predominantly covered with angular lines - furniture, tiles, walls all with horizontal and vertical lines. Starting from one point leading our eyes to another point. Straightness prompts an unforgiving nature for interference. Then we automatically use many shapes and patterns to calm down this starkness - curvy vases, figurines with flowing postures or round mirrors. Round mirror in a black frame - a wonderful contrast to the straight lines.
ntours are the basic figures we made from our early ages. Scientists recognized curves bring calmness and serenity to an atmosphere.
A round mirror enhances this nature.
An indefinite line framing a space – a space similar to the pupil of our eye directed towards you. The round mirror gives a depth to the surface from its reflective nature and the circle frames a focal point – just like in a theatre.
We don’t use a rectangular spotlight to frame the performer. It is circular light, an eye from heavens enclosing the character. The circular lines of the mirror thus frame the space into a smooth outlining - An element of aesthetics to double the space.
The round shape meets the eye as an unexpected element within straight lines spread all over. Thus it contrasts and balances the space, balances the sensations – a quiet calmness within a strong bold environment.
A frame provides the basis to an insight. Psychology identifies our observations are passive but concepts out of those are actively constructed. We construct our mentalities according to the experiences of the context - What we see, how we feel and former experiences.
Same way the black frame reacts with us. The black, the bold black, ignites a strong feeling of absence – a dominating absence of other colours and other sensations, giving a beautiful contrasting existence to the surrounding. A kind of prevailing life. A silent harmony between absence and presence.
The black is a kind of colour with versatility. It suits any mood, any occasion beautifully. Count the times you meet black in office spaces, courtrooms or in hotels. Black suits any place, any space. It contrasts with any colour code in any surrounding. Check with the pinky bedroom, sunny shaded living room or the blue bathroom.
The black frame will mount the elegant round reflector with adore.
Round mirrors are magical.
It reflects a space larger than the surface of it and creates sharper outlines of objects by reflecting the light falls on it. Thus it makes the space brighter. Mirrors cast away gloominess of an environment. The moment someone enters the room, the mirror at the other end reflects the movements, giving life even to otherwise an empty space.
A round mirror at the entryway to a hotel thus makes the first encounter impressive. The visitor gets an assurance of himself, confident they will walk in. Make it a round mirror and it will be a stylish statement. This positive encounter will let wonderful things to happen.
Round mirror could also be placed at any living space – let it be your home, bathroom, lobby, living room, bedroom or the corridors. It will mingle life and light to the space through reflection.
Harmonizing different spaces into a single setting, from its ability to catch over and beyond its framed expanse. It will reflect the outer garden, the wind and the summer sun or will reflect the brightness in the other areas making a harmony between two contrasting spaces.