| Here's a picture of a colorful and bright mirror, done up in Art Deco style.
The frame is oak, with rounded corners, like I use on many of my designs.
Also like many of my designs, I've used a circle in the most prominent location---front and center, with everything else orienting off this focal point.
This piece can be hung either sideways, as pictured, or up-and-down. Another similar design, drawn at about the same time, is three inches shorter, and has to go sideways only.
If you click on Deco Mirror with "V" Ziggurats ,you'll see this 21" by 32" mirror.
Many of my other mirrors share this 21" by 32", rounded corner frame size. For most of them, it's an easy matter to change the dimensions, without necessarily re-drawing the glass pattern from scratch. The short-radius corner details on these rounded corner frames tend to make the mirror look slightly different than it would in another frame style. With the "mission" style frames having overlapping corner details, for example, the same size glass panel makes for a larger-looking finished piece than that which would be in either a rounded-corner frame, or one with full, sharp corners.
13" by 20"
This piece takes on a very different look, when framed in a Mission style oak wood frame.
Although I've pictured this long/narrow piece with an horizontal orientation, it could be hung vertically, with good results.
For a look at a wood-framed version of this same design, with white iridized glass strips (instead of the dark iridized glass shown here) click on
Horizontal Deco Mirror with Mission style frame
Checks, and chevrons