Mirrors are commonly used for personal grooming, decoration, and architecture. Mirrors are also used in scientific equipment such as lasers, cameras, and telescopes. Most decorative mirrors are designed for visible light. Some of the earliest mirrors were made from stone such as obsidian. Some obsidian mirrors have been dated back to 6000BC while other stone mirrors can be traced back to 2000BC. Mirrors were even made from polished copper around 4000 BC.
Round mirrors have been around for centuries decorating the rooms and allowing people to use them for grooming. Decorating with a round mirror is not a new art. Mirror sites have mirrors from some the finest artist of modern times with a large variety of color, styles, and materials. The modern decorator can buy a mirror already designed for size and style or the decorator can request a specific size with choices of mirror trims.