Need a New Mirror? This Surprising Store Has Over 500 Luxe-Looking (& Affordable!) Picks

published Apr 16, 2021
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On top of art and wallpaper, arguably one of the best ways to make use of coveted blank wall space is — you guessed it — decorative mirrors. They basically do triple duty: They help any room (especially small ones) feel more open and bright, they’re the perfect accent pieces to complement your home style, and you can always catch a glimpse of how wonderful you look whenever you pass by one. Win-win-win, right? Well, not always in terms of cost; most gorgeous statement mirrors from your favorite brands can come with a not-so-pretty price tag. That’s where Kirkland’s comes in.

For those unaware, the Nashville-based home retailer actually has an amazing assortment of luxe-for-less picks, many of which mirror (get it!?) similar looks from West Elm, Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, and even Restoration Hardware. Whether you’re in the market for a new wall accent or just want to reflect on some decorating inspo, I scoured Kirkland’s extensive mirror selection for the best pieces under $300 — all of which prove that your favorite styles and splurging don’t always have to go hand-in-hand. Not to mention, they’re also selfie-approved (important!).

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Bearing a close resemblance to Anthropologie’s famed Primrose Mirror, this lookalike is big on vintage glamor but low on price. In fact, with the antique-inspired gold finish and intricate frame details, it's a steal, especially at under $100!

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was $49.99

Oh, the places this multifunctional mirror-shelf hybrid can go: The bathroom! The entryway! Your bedroom! Above a bookcase! The half-moon shape and black frame make it a shoe-in for any blank spot. Plus, who doesn't love extra storage space?

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A simple round base gets a fresh facelift of the floral variety. Layers of metal wire add an ethereal element that makes the mirror equally as fun to look at as it is to look in.

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Coming in with another wow-I-can’t-believe-it price, this paned piece adds instant depth wherever you lean it. Even tucked behind shorter pieces of furniture, say, in a living room corner, it’s still the ultimate focal point and a great stand-in for the window you might not have but want.

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Rattan has been at the top of the texture game for a while now, hence a rise in mirrors made of the same material. This one really stands out from the pack though, thanks to its volume and layers — because the more rattan, the merrier!

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Meet your new favorite full-length mirror that blends function with modern design. Hang it up in your closet or bedroom, and prepare for dozens of “Where did you get that?” texts the next time you send an outfit selfie to the group chat.

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Black finish + an ultra-elegant frame + an unbeatable price = the ultimate trifecta. Plus, if the color does't suit you, there's always the option to paint over it in gold or white.

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was $139.99

Hello, Parisian vibes! Wherever you put this (even if it's perched on a table instead of hung up), the rounded corners and distressed frame both scream très chic.

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Here’s one more boho (and budget-friendly) find that feels reminiscent of some of your go-to shopping spots. As far as full-length mirrors go, this instantly caught my eye for its overall uniqueness, color contrast (that blue, though!), and sculptural wood finish.

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It doesn't get much more classic than a gold round mirror! I love this piece for an above-the-dresser accent or even as a bathroom swap out for what's currently above your sink.

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Price-wise, this may feel a tad bit steep, but it’s basically a bargain for such an intricate find that feels like a family heirloom straight out of an antique store. Between the enlarged scallop, curved frame, and timeless brown trim, this mirror easily could be one of the fairest of them all.