Our Favorite Mirrors for Every Space in Your Home
Mirrors, I find, are a highly underrated accessory. They’re a great way to add style, they can brighten up a dark room, and they can even trick the eye into thinking a small space is larger than it is. We’ve rounded up 20 of the best wall mirrors—at all kinds of price points—so you can add a little style to your space no matter your budget.
GRUNDTAL Wall Mirror at IKEA, $39.99
Harper Blvd Jenison Tri-Oval Mirror at Overstock, $58.94
This leather-clad mirror has a bit of an equestrian vibe, but the shape is quite modern.
Avery Circle Mirror at Urban Outfitters, $79
The smaller versions are sold out but that’s ok because the large is our favorite anyway. It’s available in white, gold or copper.
Aqua Josie Bath Mirror With Tray at World Market, $79.99
The tray at the bottom is nice for above a vanity, but I could also see this working well in an entryway, or in pretty much any other room with tchotchkes or candles.
Brass Metal Loop Mirror at World Market, $99.99
$100 – $200
Cage Mirror at TRNK, $108
Dobson Round Oversized Wall Mirror at Joss & Main, $150
24.5″x36″ Croft Brass Wall Mirror at CB2, $199
25″ Porthole Gold Round Wall Mirror at CB2, $199
This mirror, in addition to the stylish round shape, has a bit of dimension to it—definitely an unusual piece.
Colby Soft Gold Wall Mirror at Crate & Barrel, $199
$200 – $500
Faye Sunburst Oversized Wall Mirror at Joss & Main, $279
Metal Framed Oval Wall Mirror at West Elm, $299
Mid-Century Asymmetrical Wall Mirror at West Elm, $349
Folk Mirror at Rejuvenation, $499
Geo Shapes Wall Mirror at West Elm, $449
Stud Mirror at Sho Modern, $555
Animal hair might not be for everyone, but if it’s for you, this is a stunner.
Harvey Mirror at Design Within Reach, $850
Color-Washed Circle Mirror at Anthropologie, $1,098
F.A. 33 Half-Length Wall Mirror by Gio Ponti at The Line, $1,399
Black and Green Pyramid Shape Mirror at Beam, $1,450