Guest Picks: 20 Mirrors That Make the Room

I’ve been searching high and low for the best mirror to go over my mantel, and I’ve come across a slew of stunning alternatives for every room in the home. From petite to grandly proportioned, and covering designs from classic allure to organic chic, there’s guaranteed to be something here that suits your personality and your space. Now, the tough part: deciding which one to bring home! — Laura from Lolalina


Shelby Mirror – $429

This fantastically glam gold-leafed mirror out of Greige will earn a living room feel very luxurious. I’d pair it with upholstered couches and lots of candles.


Scallop Edge Mirror – $249

I’d turn this stunning ruffled mirror horizontal and hang it over a banquette dining area. So chic.


Mango Slice Mirror – $38

This sweet little timber piece mirror out of Anthropologie is perfectly proportioned for a dorm room or miniature entryway.


White Faux Bois Mirror – $349

I’ve been swooning over this mirror out of Wisteria for months. The artificial bois is a classic look, but the pristine white keeps it feeling modern and fresh.

Lulu & Georgia

Peyton Mirror – $140

One or more of these smallish mirrors would be magnificent from a wealthy, dark painted wall. I particularly enjoy that while the end looks like stone, it is really ceramic — so it is not overly heavy.


Isabella Queen Mirror – $640

Mirror, mirror on the wall. This mirror may be small, but it makes a grand statement. It would be divine at a petite entryway or bedroom.

Branch Wall Mirror – $792

The silver finish of this nature-inspired mirror implies it is going to work with a variety of styles, from slick modern to earthy and organic.



Louis XVI Trumeau Mirror – $319

This lovely trumeau-style mirror would add elegance and architectural attraction to a little apartment.

High Street Market

Gold Gilded Faux Bamboo Mirror – $495

I’d place this gilded artificial bamboo beauty over a well-stocked bar cart or over a chest of drawers at a large entryway.


Gilt Minimalist Mirror – $299

This graceful round mirror has a classic look (and size) that commands attention without stealing the whole show. Subtly elegant details like a beveled edge and gilded frame place it apart.

Stray Dog Designs

Abby Mirror – $610

I’ve yet to meet a more cheerful mirror compared to the Abby out of Stray Dog Designs. It would be perfect within a dresser in the bedroom, where it could put a smile on your face first thing in the morning.

Cost Plus World Market

White Oval Adella Mirror – $39.99

Another lovely solution for the bedroom, that tiny oval mirror from World Market has pretty Victorian details. And the price is right!


Quatrefoil Mirror – $149

The classic quatrefoil design makes this otherwise-simple mirror a standout.

Restoration Hardware

17th C. Venetian Silver-Leaf Triptych Mirror – $995

This beautiful triptych mirror from Restoration Hardware includes hand-applied silver foliage and could transform any desk or console into a one-of-a-kind dressing table.

Cox & Cox

Carved Gray Wooden Mirror – GBP 350

This stunning scalloped full size mirror is a natural choice for the bedroom, even though it will be equally welcome leaning against the wall in a living room.

Lulu & Georgia

Snow Drift Mirror – $349

Equal parts female and modern, this major mirror (more than 3 feet in diameter!) Would be stunning in the bedroom, or as a substitute for a dull vanity in the tub.

Lulu & Georgia

Evangeline Mirror, Black Raven – $299.90

I could also see this elaborate black mirror from Lulu and Georgia as a medicine cupboard option in the restroom. It might look particularly stunning paired with a bold wall color or wallpaper.


Round Pane Mirror – $199

Insert light and mimic the look of a round window for this round paned mirror. Its large size is perfect for filling distance on a large empty wall over a table.

Restoration Hardware

Entablature Mirrors – $2,895

To say this neoclassical-style mirror from Restoration Hardware is a statement piece would be the understatement of the year. At 8 ft tall (for the little one!) , this mirror has a theatrical quality which could be amazing in the ideal space.


Cut Corners Mirror – $348

The notched corners of this mango wood mirror out of Terrain include a magical touch, and in 5 feet tall, it can easily fill an entire wall.

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