At 54 inches, Bunny Williams' Sapphire mirror is the epitome of sophistication. Add gold specks throughout its Mediterranean blue finish, and you have pure glamour.
This ornate Dosiere mirror would be perfectly paired with a crisp white vanity table.
This handmade mirror from Stray Dog is made of papier-mâché and recycled materials. It exudes a calmness in turquoise.
The energetic color in the Charleston mirror would add a bit of fun to any foyer area.
OK, so this is not a big burst of color, but black is always popular, and I love this shape.
The Circle Blossom mirror is available in both black and white. It has a great layered effect that makes it feel a bit dimensional.
I imagine the Sue Wright mirror from Stray Dog as a wonderful addition to a nursery. It is a great punch of color with a fun design.
The designer Barclay Butera created a beautiful Asian-inspired mirror with "The Pagoda." A bright blue finish is a nice change from the expected red.
The classic shape of the Lucia mirror is a safe bet for most households. Plus, it is available in many Benjamin Moore low-VOC paints.
This tangerine Lisette mirror will definitely grab the attention of your house guests. Don't be afraid; be bold with your color and have fun!
Oomph is all about color. They consistently create some of the most fun pieces. The Newport mirror takes an ordinary square and shows it how to have fun.
A mirror with an open petal pattern is the perfect way to pull your wall color through. This will take some of the focus off of the sharp red finish.
If a corner's worth of color is all you can stretch, take a look at the Mombo mirror in sky blue from Currey & Company. At 30 inches, it is the perfect size for a little nook or wall collage.
The burst of blue moon lacquer turns this Queen Anne–inspired mirror on its head. I love it!
If you are still feeling a bit shy about color, look for one that has a classic geometric shape. The Melissa mirror in a soft orange is the perfect pairing of color and form.
If you are just dipping your toe into the color trend, the Abbey mirror is for you! It has a lighter design feel, allows your paint color to come through and is available in an array of colors.
Don't want to overly commit? Compromise with the Richmond mirror! Its color-block white and aqua make a perfect pair.