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Rattan ribbons encircle this eclectic round mirror. Use it over your dresser, in a small powder room, or next to the door so that you can check your face before you walk outside.Rattan, glass and metal frame.21.5"diam. x 4.75"d.
Pottery Barn modeled this rustic wood frame after a picture window of a secluded auberge in the French countryside. A three-foot-diameter round aspect and interior grid make the mirror a unique focal point. Overall dimensions: 33.5" diameter. Frame is made from solid mango wood.
Driftwood Round Mirror
This gargantuan mirror clocks in at a whopping 96 inches tall — and that's for the medium size. Use this big guy anywhere you need a big statement (I'm thinking an entryway?) or could use a lot of reflected light.
We've had a lot of people asking where to find this mirror on our questions board; so much so, I'd say this mirror is still in the running toward becoming America's fairest mirror of them all! It's unique yet has an old-world traditional look to it, and the unique frame includes scrolls and curves...
The Greek key motif is still going strong. This mirror is a big bang for the buck. I have seen it in person, and it is really nice.
Just like a well-edited wardrobe, it's important to mix the high-end home pieces with the low. This gold sunburst mirror from Target is so stylish, no one will even know it's not super expensive.
This is still one of my favorite Baroque reproductions with a modern twist. This would look fantastic in a modern interior.
Looking centuries old, this beautiful antiqued mirror will be a stunning addition to any room it graces. Hanging hardware is included, but this mirror may be used as a floor mirror. 53"W x 1.5"D x 94"T.
A statement mirror if there ever was one. Place above a buffet in a generously proportioned dining room and perhaps flank with potted topiary to complete the French provincial look.
I'm in love with the detail on this piece. The carving adds texture and interest while the neutral palette ensures it will fit in any decor.
Create an instant collection with these mirrors, a glam addition to any entry or hallway. I love the idea of these mixed with faded and crackled antique mirrors.
Oversize wall art, whether it be in the traditional sense or like this starburst mirror, will be popping up everywhere. I like using this as a focal point in the room, either above a headboard or mantel.
The Amberlyn mirror is the perfect size to hang over a small buffet or chest. It is surrounded by heavily antiqued, etched mirrored panels with gold-leaf accents. Center mirror has a 1.25" bevel with a hand-finished, burnished golden rim. 32"Dia. x 3"D.
This mirror is so versatile. It could fit in with vintage or modern aesthetics. The wood molding and mirror tiles also give it a really nice structure. I love mirrors that extend to the frame itself. This would be lovely as a stand-alone piece or tucked in among wall art.
Ornate detailing can be complemented quite nicely with white gloss. This French cheval mirror is classic and feminine, and it's the perfect piece for a woman's dressing room. It would look gorgeous with a matching vanity and lots of blush pink silk lingerie strewn about.
Make any small space feel bigger with a mirror. It can really brighten things up in the kitchen, ideally when near a window to help reflect the light.
Use your walls in a small space and place a pretty driftwood mirror. I love the mix of the round mirror with the straight lines of the wood — perfect balance!
This mirror is an inexpensive way to add glamour to your house. Use it in an entry or above your bed for instant drama.
The puzzle-like quality of this mirror looks very chic and unique. It'd be the perfect mirror to make a statement in an entryway.
I adore this mirror. The shimmering black mother of pearl in the frame is so reflective and colorful. It's really elegant and would look wonderful in a common room.
Every space needs a mirror and I knew instantly I would want to go with a brass finish. This is a traditional brass finish fused with a modern lattice design.
Oh my how much I want this handmade driftwood mirror. Yes, you may see some around elsewhere, but no one has any that compare to the ones at Pieces, and each one is a true work of art. It brings natural elements into the home, but the white gloss finish makes it so much more interesting and artful.
Thoroughly modern, but with a retro feel, this sunburst mirror will easily be a shining star in any room. This mirror is crafted of metal with a matte black finish and amber acrylic accents.
Acrylic Sunburst Mirror
A stunning mirror — Chinese elm made to resemble bamboo, in the most luscious aqua blue. I would love it in a beach house, a child's room, a foyer or a bedroom. So summery.
A bright, spring green can be a breath of fresh air, and this oval wall mirror is just the right amount of accent to use. I'd love to see it hanging on a pink and white striped wall in a room filled with fluffy peonies — perfect for a little girl or a grown-up with sweet sensibilities.
Who couldn't use an awesome duck-legged mirror? I think this would look great in any room, but it would look especially great on the dresser in my bedroom.
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.
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