From Practical to Just-Plain-Pretty: 10 Mirrors $100 and Under

published Oct 4, 2016
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Mirrors do so much with so little: a flat plane of glass increases light, adds the illusion of more space, and provides intriguing reflections and perspectives. And that’s just a plain mirror—add flowers, wires, starbursts, and lights, and you’ve got something really special. The only problem is, these room heavy hitters can pack both a decorative and budget punch, so to ease the search for a wallet-friendly find, we picked our 10 favorites under $100.

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STOCKHOLM Mirror at IKEA, $99.99

I adore walnut veneer, and I appreciate a mirror that provides its own “shelf where you can put your make-up, mobile phone or wallet.” Thanks, mirror!

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Croft Copper Mirror at CB2, $99.95

If copper is no longer hot, I don’t want to know about it. This mirror exudes a warm glow, and though it’s only received three reviews so far, they’re all five stars.

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Circle Mirror Sconce at Urban Outfitters, $79

Need a little light by which to gaze upon yourself? Don’t want to see the left half of your face? This little sculptural piece is for you.

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PS 2014 Mirror at IKEA, $39.99

Why am I so obsessed with this mirror and its color scheme? I want to build a bathroom around it and buy nail polish in all of these colors.

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Safavieh Onile Mirror at Target, $43.39

This delicate yet dramatic take on a sunburst mirror will allow you to see what you would look like if you were a sunflower. It only has two reviews, but they’re both five stars.

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Umbra Prisma Wall Mirror at AllModern, $100

Speaking of delicate! I’m seeing these wire-adorned mirrors everywhere, but this particular one is my favorite—and I’m not alone, as all the reviews are five stars. Also available in black.

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Hip Vintage Gold Capri Mirror at, $40.94

Bear with me here: this mirror certainly won’t allow you to check out your whole outfit, or even your whole face, but it will provide a bit of magic to your home, a tiny porthole to another world. This highly unnecessary mirror is also available in silver.

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Floral Crown Wall Mirror at Land of Nod, $79

Perfect for those times when you can’t wear a floral crown to work, but imagining that you’re wearing one will definitely help you through the day.

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Wooden Storage Mirror at Target, $41.99

Getting back to practical matters, this mirror can stand freely or hang on the wall, and you can toss your negligees on the bars on the back, Miss Fisher-style.

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This mirror combines beads and geometric shapes and somehow comes off as a touch modern and a touch traditional.

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What else can you get for less than a Benjamin?