Yes, They Actually Exist: 9 Attractive Over-the-Door Mirrors

Yes, They Actually Exist: 9 Attractive Over-the-Door Mirrors

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Caroline Biggs
Sep 11, 2017
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Forget your old dorm room door mirror (you know, the one you double-side taped and then couldn't get off when it came time to leave). There's a whole new world of sophisticated over-the door decorating opportunity out there, it just takes a little digging to discover them. From a beveled modern beauty to an unexpected storage hub, here are nine surprisingly chic door mirrors across a plethora of price points.

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Just because you're lacking the wall space doesn't mean your bedroom doesn't deserve a chic full-length mirror. This frameless mirror from IKEA slips right over your door with hooks that can also be used to hang small accessories.


If you're in the market for an inexpensive door mirror that doesn't sacrifice an inch of style, Target has you covered. Along with a sleek brass metal frame, this vintage-style charmer can be hung over the door or on the wall vertically or horizontally.


Add a touch of warmth with this oak mirror from Amazon that has a sleek profile.


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You know what's better than a stylish over-the-door mirror? A stylish over-the-door mirror with secret storage space. On top of a clean-lined cherry-finished frame, this savvy mirror actually doubles as a jewelry armoire and offers up loads of extra room to stash cosmetics and accessories.


Simple but sophisticated, this contemporary door mirror from Crate & Barrel looks anything but elementary. Plus, it comes highly recommended from C&B customers with an average of 4.4 stars in reviews!


Looking for a shapelier alternative to the standard over-the-door full-length mirror? Opt for this oval-shaped stunner instead, which boasts polished and beveled edges as well as rubbed bronze hardware for foolproof hanging.


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If you're searching for a small-space-friendly door mirror that's stylish but shorter in length, the Clara Mirror at Pottery Barn is a beautiful solution. In addition to its light, slightly molded frame, this elegant option comes with polished nickel hardware for a simple but refined finish.


With the right door mirror, you can turn just about any door in your home into a design-forward dressing area. Not only is this beveled beauty super easy to hang, it comes in an oval shape for a contemporary twist on a classic.


In the world of door mirrors, consider the Amanda Over-the-Door Mirror from Ballard Designs more like a MINI Cooper. Short but efficient, this swanky mirror offers all the functionality of a full-length version, but only requires half the space.


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