A good floor mirror can be a total game changer for your home. Not only are they a savvy way to open up a dark room (they bounce tons of light around!), an attractive floor mirror can bring instant character and style to even the smallest of spaces. Since separating stylish floor mirrors from the rest of the pack can be tricky, we searched the web high and low and gathered some of the sleekest options we could find in multiple price ranges. From floating wood mirrors to ones with hidden storage space, here are 10 of our favorites.
Don’t be fooled by the price tag on this mirror. Reviews mention it’s heavier and much “fancier” than anticipated by the looks of the dorm-style room it’s pictured with on Target.com. At just over 31 pounds and with a neat ladder design, this one is perfect for a dressing room so you can hang outfits, accessories and beyond.
A sleek design courtesy of a minimal frame and peg legs keep the Louise mirror looking modern and compact.
Perfect for organizing a small entryway or creating more storage space for your bedroom, this wood-framed floor mirror from Pottery Barn boasts hidden shelves and a built-in clothing rack to boot. Talk about a multi-functional mirror!
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Not only can this affordable standing mirror from Urban Outfitters squeeze into just about any awkward bedroom corner or living space, it features a cream-coated industrial pipe support and frame for a surprisingly stylish look.
If you’re searching for an easy way to open up a small bedroom or living room, look no further than this infinity-edged floor mirror from CB2. Along with a super slim aluminum frame, this slender stunner is rust-resistant—so it can work in your bathroom, too.
Top-rated on Wayfair, this extra tall vanity mirror comes highly recommended for a reason. Along with a chic walnut frame, this five-star decor item can be leaned against the wall (or mounted) for a superior full-length view.
Designed specifically for hallways and smaller spaces, this slender floor mirror features a narrow metal frame. Touted as one of West Elm’s “best sellers,” this lightweight leaning mirror moves from room to room with ease.
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Long and tall, this spacious floor mirror is perfect for adding depth and dimension to a dark corner or small room. Set in a solid wood frame to look like it’s floating, this stylish mirror brings warmth and whimsy to any space.
Designed by esteemed Nordic designer Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm for Design Within Reach, this leaning floor mirror features sides poles (for storage) and can move around with ease. Minimalist in style, this versatile piece is a simple way to bring functional style to a small space.
Not only does this African mural-inspired mirror boast a mosaic bone and ivory brass frame, it effortlessly leans against any wall for an artful (but foolproof) display. It may be the priciest piece in this roundup, but it certainly is the most special.