We all know that wall mirrors are useful for getting dressed, flossing, and doing your makeup, but a mirror can also make small spaces feel larger. For that reason, we are going to show you the best wall mirrors according to interior designers.
The Infinity Mirror’s panels feature abstract designs of metal and glass, and the style comes recommended by Megan Hersch, the founder of interior-design service RoomLift, who has personally used it in her projects. “These are great, fun, and reasonably priced decorative mirrors that I have hung in a set of three across a large wall in a dining room”.
This egg-shaped mirror comes recommended by Poles, who says it feels straight out of the Noguchi Museum. Oversized and abstract, the tall leaning mirror is anchored by a pinewood sphere at its base, which adds a sculptural touch to its already intriguing shape.
According to Spicer, Anthropologie’s Gleaming Primrose Mirror has a detailed gold frame that gives it a vintage vibe that feels special. She adds that the style recalls a mirror you might find buried in an antique shop or one you might inherit from “your cool grandma.” It comes in three finishes and three sizes — three, five, and seven feet tall — and is made from resin, iron, and engineered hardwood.
Designer Betsy Burnham says that a mirror is a great way to incorporate organic and natural elements into a room. She particularly likes this woven rattan mirror made of banana bark, calling it “unique and a little nutty.” Burnham adds that “rattan itself is timeless and versatile and one of my favorite materials to work with.”
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