This giant crown of lights is the star of this living room and makes quite an impact. My guess is that the fixture was custom built, but it looks easy enough to replicate if you know somebody who works with metal and lighting.
A large round mirror slung against the wall pulls your attention across the glossy floor and into the next room. If you're not into resting objects on the floor, this would look just as great hung up on the wall.
Giving the illusion of a passageway into the next room, this huge circle is actually a large mirror hung low on the wall. Something like this would be fun to try if you already have a large mirror that you want to make-over. Jigsaw, plywood, paint and adhesive and you're good to go!
What appears to be an unembellished hoop of wood standing above the fireplace boasts both confidence and simplicity. And, of course, the circle print hiding behind the O is a nice touch as well.
Elegant pools of blue soften a line-heavy patio giving it a soothing, cool vibe. Using round shapes whenever a particular form allows can assist in creating a space that feels grounded and well balanced.
One of my favorite DIY projects featured on Houzz is this simple yet boldly patterned wall. Much cheaper than wallpaper, these circles add visual dimension and liveliness, all thanks to a little paint and a cardboard pizza box!
A super-sized dot on the wall is a nice deviation from the commonly used rectangular frame. If you're thinking about adding something similar to your own home, I say the bigger the better.
Unexpected features such as an underground light like this one add charm and playfulness to a home. The grid pattern within the circle helps tone the glow down a bit and adds visual interest.
Waking to a large porthole-inspired window each morning would be like stepping into a dream, and the ever changing seasons would make for a kaleidoscopic view. Pure bliss, really.
These bold radial tile patterns above the stove are bright and youthful. What I mean is that I would probably have bullseye Nerf gun contests with my husband when the stove isn't in use. Don't knock it until you try it, people.
The lined white circles floating on the glass may be etched, but in this case it's kind of hard to tell. But you can most likely get a similar effect with a few minutes and a paint marker. It's worth a shot-- this looks really cool!
And now for a few product suggestions, all pertaining to circles. A gorgeous shelf like this makes quite a statement while still allowing the wall color behind to peak through. I generally find small knickknacks to seem out of place and many times they can make a room feel cluttered, but the planks within this circle make a great home for small items.
This round collage of tiny mirrors would be a fun way to add reflection to a wall that you don't want to hang a common mirror on. Sometimes everyday mirrors offer too much reflection, but this one seems just right.
A wall sconce like this would look great in a hallway or on a narrow wall. The circles are illuminated from behind, giving it a unique silhouette.