A buttery yellow mirror would provide a cheerful welcome in an entryway, whether mounted on the wall or leaning on a large console table.
I think this large metal mirror would work best over a dresser in a bedroom. The details along the frame are subtle yet still create some visual interest. The bevel also adds a bit of sophistication.
I think this mirror would look fantastic paired with an antique dresser. The rustic patina gives it a real farmhouse feel.
I love the petal design of this simple white mirror. I think it would look really sweet in a child's bedroom or in a bathroom for a fun, whimsical look.
This giant windowpane mirror is one of my favorites in this collection. It would easily add some architectural detail to a plain space or a rental. It would also be a fantastic way to reflect some natural light into a north-facing room.
The chunky frame and distressed white finish have me pining for this mirror. I think it would look amazing on a fireplace mantel, with a few accessories, of course.
From the bleached wood finish to the cross detail, this mirror has me dreaming about sunshine and boats. I would hang it in a windowless bathroom to give the illusion of a window, or on a small wall that needs a little bit of fun. Oh, summer cottage, how I miss you.
You know that awkward space above a headboard? This trio of small white mirrors would be an easy and inexpensive way to finally fill that empty space.
This mirror is more a piece of art than a functional mirror. I love the floral design, the beaded detailing, the distressed finish and the combination of white and gray. Oh, wait; I guess I pretty much love every single thing about it!
The subtle fish-scale pattern on this mirror makes it unique. It would look great in a beach cottage decorated in soft blues and whites.
I would use this large mirror over a couch or in a large entry. It's also a great piece for a large blank wall that you're not really sure what to do with. It would reflect so much natural light into the room.