The champagne colour can be characterized as elegant, joyful, and luxurious.
The colour is adaptable to its environment, looking fabulous in both modern and traditional interiors.
Styling tips for champagne mirrors.
As you immerse yourself in decorating with our champagne mirrors, you will find it super easy to locate the perfect placement. Think about the setting, shape, and size of the mirror as well as the colour scheme used in the space.
This will play an important role in your mirror enhancing the space it is in. To create a visually pleasing composition, experiment using curved edges to contrast against hard lines to create an aesthetically pleasing composition. Alternately, using an angular champagne mirror against curved furnishings or features of the home can have the same visual impact.
Champagne, a sophisticated and simplistic neutral shade, is perfectly paired with other neutrals, greens, and shades of pink and peaches. Using your champagne mirror as a pop of brightness against a feature wall is very flattering.
However, exercise caution when pairing your champagne mirror with warm tones like reds, oranges, and yellows, as these hues may diminish the opulence of this elegant piece. Instead, position your champagne mirror alongside wooden furnishings to achieve a perfectly balanced aesthetic.
For those who appreciate the art of colour theory, pairing champagne with spring green or baby blue yields a harmonious and pleasing appearance in any home. Its neutral and light tone makes it an ideal choice for balancing light and dark shades within a space.
Our best-selling champagne mirrors.
- Grand Louis Champagne
- Hamilton Round Wall Mirror Champagne
- Highbury Antique Wall Mirror Champagne
- Richmond Champagne Overmantle
- Osborne Champagne Overmantle
The psychology behind champagne mirrors.
The colour champagne often evokes a positive emotional response due to It being synonymous with the alcoholic beverage and celebrating. Defined by its simplicity, the champagne shade can be recognised as a universally versatile colour.
However, there are unique factors such as culture, location and personal preferences that can vary the individual’s interpretation. Champagne for some is interpreted as bland, washed out and basic, while others see it for its timeless charm.