When you consider that the French refer to the convex mirror as l’oeil de sorciere—or the witches’ eye—it’s clear that vintage convex mirrors can really put a spell on you! Possessing the uncanny ability to capture a frame larger than that of a traditional mirror, a used convex mirror feels more like art than your average mirror. Fittingly, most convex mirrors feature elaborate frames. We personally love Sunburst convex mirrors and Neoclassical convex mirrors (looking at you, Federal Eagle mirror!). Among the best ways to style a convex mirror? If you have a small convex mirror, we love the idea of hanging it at the end of the hallway, or above a tall-backed bed or headboard. Small convex mirrors can also make an eye-catching statement when used as part of a larger gallery wall. Have a large round convex mirror? They do beautifully above a mantle, hung just slightly above the eye line.