Nothing makes a room quite like a mirror. They're oh-so-shiny, reflect any available light beautifully, and somehow always end up drawing the eye. If you're contemplating adding something lovely to your home this spring, why not make it a mirror? We've rounded up 20 excellent choices, to suit every style and every budget.
- Gleaming Primrose Mirror at Antrhopologie, Starting at $398
A traditionally-styled mirror that would also work well as an unexpected accent in a modern room.
- Nicola Mirror at Neiman Marcus, $374.25
A lovely wall mirror in the Venetian style, perfect for adding a little shine to your traditional interior.
- Hoop Mirror at Anthropologie, $248
A classic shape that will work practically anywhere.
- Caracole Millet Dressing Mirror at Neiman Marcus, $619
A bit Art Deco — does that count as traditional? Either way, I'm very taken with the styling of this oval wall mirror.
- Plaza Arch Mirror at Neiman Marcus, $337.50
"Put a bird on it" has become something of a cliche — but I think you'll agree that this woodland-style mirror would not be quite the same without the avian accents.
- Francis Grand Wall Mirror at Petite Friture, 398€
A beautifully simple shape, with a lovely and unexpected burst of color. Also available in a smaller size here.
- Cage Mirror at TRNK, $108
The cage design makes this one stand off the wall a bit, and gives it an intriguing depth.
- Calli Mirror at Urban Outfitters, $129.99
A round, frameless mirror that's very simple, and very on-trend.
- Black and Green Pyramid Shape Mirror at Beam, $1,450
Part of a whole series of mirrors by Bower, all in interesting 2D/3D shapes.
- Seeing Glass Big Round Mirror at Matter, $3,660
It's pricey, for sure. But this mirror is big. Really, really big — almost four feet. If you can swing it, this would be a statement making piece for sure.
- Auberon Mirror at Ballard Designs, $429
The bohemian style is all about unexpected moments, and this dramatic peacock feather answers that call.
- A-Framed Mirror at Mvng Mtns, Price Upon Request
Pricey, almost certainly (my mother taught me to fear the price tags that you have to ask about), but definitely a fascinating piece, big enough to make the whole room. You can see it in action here.
- Triangle Mirrors at Marvin Freitas, Starting at $75
These triangle mirrors are available in four sizes, and would look great on their own or grouped together. Spotted on Artnau.
- Hexagon Mirror at Fine Little Day, €167
Great on its own, or as a grouping that covers an entire wall.
- Cru Large Mirror, Aged Gold at High Fashion Home, $339
The shape is so simple, but the spiky edge detail definitely makes this mirror.
- Birds of Paradise Mirror at Codor Design, Price Upon Request
The description calls this "as much a sculpture as it is a mirror," and I couldn't agree more. Definitely something you'll want to look at, and not just in, for a long time.
- Zuo Cellular Mirror at Target, $437.99
Very '70s. Very Verner Panton. I approve.
- Diamond Chain Mirror at Urban Outfitters, $129
Speaking of the '70s... there's something distinctly groovy about this diamond-shaped amber mirror.
- Color-Washed Circle Mirror at Anthropologie, $1,098
I love the variegated appearance of this mirror — a little bit old school, a little bit art piece — and the round shape is very on trend. Plus, at nearly three feet wide, it's big enough to be the focal point for an entire room.
- Stud Mirror at Sho Modern, $555
We're all a little obsessed with this unusually styled mirror, whose horsehair border gives it a touch of unexpected texture.