Hanging on the wall or leaning on the floor, mirrors are a great addition to your room decor. But they of course do more than just look good — they help you see if you look good, as well as function to reflect light, making our rooms feel brighter and even expanding the feel of our spaces. But, sometimes dramatic or modern versions cost a lot to buy. Save some money and personalize your space by making one of these DIY ideas.
Pictured above: This stilted floor mirror seen on Francois & Moi brings height to a room and allows you to play with color.
Instead of a standard shape like a square or a circle, this triangle mirror seen on Almost Makes Perfect bucks convention and is a cute element to add into any vignette.
Wow! This DIY mirror idea combines the look of a dramatic frame with the idea of maximizing mirror surface area for a cool outline-y look. Seen on A Beautiful Mess.
Not just for decoration, this cute little hand mirror for the tabletop is a great addition to vignettes, too. Spotted on The Merry Thought.
Also seen on The Merry Thought is this free standing floor mirror idea that would look great in any corner.
These round mirrors flirt with casual by letting their hanging parts show stylishly. Seen on FRK Hansen.
A complex, layered frame marries a simple material to create a bohemian and modern looking mirror. Spotted on Bigger Than The Three Of Us.