Take a Fresh Look at Your Decor: Affordable Mirrors $40 and Up

Take a Fresh Look at Your Decor: Affordable Mirrors $40 and Up

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Lauren Hannel
Jul 25, 2017
Save $150 on this West Elm circular mirror when you shop on Marketplace.
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We spend our days scouring the Marketplace for gems you can't find anywhere else. Buy and sell with over 200,000 neighbors who love quality home furnishings and good design.

You likely don't need convincing on the aesthetic and functional appeal of a mirror: aside from knowing that it can make a space feel larger and reflect light around a room, sometimes you just want something to make your space a little bit prettier. We've rounded up the top Marketplace mirrors for every design style, and (most importantly) all for a great deal.

Get a dose of boho style with this $40 vintage wicker mirror.
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Clean and Simple Design

These picks are perfect for anyone who can appreciate a no-frills, classic approach. The sleek lines of mid-century modern style are still appreciated today, making this slightly-curved wall mirror ($85) or travertine tile and wood mirror ($100) both excellent buys. For triple trouble, this set of teardrop-shaped Therapy mirrors ($75) would look just as great clustered as they would on their own. And you know we love a good designer deal: this Calvin Klein oak mirror really pops with it's rich black frame, ($250) acting as a visual opposite to this West Elm mirror with bone inlay ($199).

This ornate gold mirror is a serious attention-grabber.
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More Ornate Styles

Looking for something with a little more oomph? These options with stunning decorative details were made to catch a few extra looks. Let's work our way from newest to oldest: this Anthropologie mirror has delicate, feminine detailing, and is a steal at only $40. White paint was an excellent choice for this Hollywood Regency-style mirror ($130), since it lets the carved designs really pop. Even though the gold mirror pictured above looks like it would be a big investment, it only costs $250 to take your walls to the next level. And when you're ready to really go old school, we have the antiques: class up your home from the bottom to the top with this gilt-wood antique floor mirror ($285) and antique French mirror ($300), both in excellent condition.

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