This fantastically glam gold-leafed mirror from Greige would make a living room feel really luxurious. I would pair it with velvet sofas and lots of candles.
I would turn this gorgeous ruffled mirror horizontal and hang it over a banquette dining area. So chic.
This sweet little wood slice mirror from Anthropologie is perfectly proportioned for a dorm room or tiny entryway.
I've been swooning over this mirror from Wisteria for months. The faux bois is a classic look, but the pristine white keeps it feeling modern and fresh.
One or more of these smallish mirrors would be stunning against a rich, dark painted wall. I especially like that while the finish looks like stone, it's actually ceramic — so it's not too heavy.
Mirror, mirror on the wall. This mirror may be small, but it makes a grand statement. It would be divine in a petite entryway or bedroom.
The silver finish of this nature-inspired mirror means it will work with a range of styles, from slick modern to organic and earthy.
This lovely trumeau-style mirror would add grace and architectural interest to a small apartment.
I would place this gilded faux bamboo beauty over a well-stocked bar cart or above a chest of drawers in a large entryway.
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 set it apart.
Another lovely option for the bedroom, this little oval mirror from World Market has pretty Victorian details. And the price is right!
The classic quatrefoil design makes this otherwise-simple mirror a standout.
This beautiful triptych mirror from Restoration Hardware has hand-applied silver leaf and could transform any desk or console into a one-of-a-kind dressing table.
This gorgeous scalloped full-length mirror is a natural choice for the bedroom, though it would be equally welcome leaning against the wall in a living room.
I could also see this ornate black mirror from Lulu and Georgia as a medicine cabinet alternative in the bathroom. It would look especially stunning paired with a bold wall color or wallpaper.
To say that this neoclassical-style mirror from Restoration Hardware is a statement piece would be the understatement of the year. At 8 feet tall (for the small one!), this mirror has a theatrical quality that could be amazing in the right space.