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We often attribute a good hair or makeup day to a good night’s sleep or natural lighting—but there’s another way to get excited about your own reflection: decorative mirrors. A beautiful mirror has the power to transform a space and your own feelings (there’s a reason for the “mirror, mirror on the wall” line). Home decor is a strong reflection of personal style and the statement mirrors you choose to hang in your home are a very literal reflection of you—so why not have some fun with it?
One scroll through Pinterest will verify that the days of boring mirrors have been shattered. Like the outfits you’re probably documenting via mirror pics, the mirror itself has the opportunity to be trendy. The Covid quarantine-era foam mirror phase has come and gone and there are plenty of standout, standing options to replace it with. When shopping for a mirror, there are a few questions you need to ask yourself. Full length or wall mount? Square or curved? Metal or wood? And finally, do you even want it to be symmetrical? There’s no right answer to these questions but there is a price point that’s just right.
I’ve rounded up my favorite statement mirrors for under $250 so you and your wallet can look good. Keep scrolling for the top picks.
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Joan Full Length Floor Mirror 59×19
This arched floor mirror was made to sleekly hang or lean against your wall. The large size also ensures that you’ll be able to get your full outfit into a mirror pic.
Decorative Cuzcaja Blue Blossom Wall Mirror
There’s a lot going on with this hand-painted floral mirror, but I’m here for all of it. It’s made using traditional Peruvian mirror crafting which involves reverse painting handmade flowers on glass and placing it in a wooden frame covered in golden purpurin for an antique finish.
Malorie Wicker Wall Mirror
A mirror’s reflection can make your space look bigger and this mirror’s wicker texture will make your space look way more interesting.
Golden Wooden Mirror
Leave it to Zara to have mirrors just as trendy as their clothes. This golden wooden mirror has a beautiful antique look to it.
Frameless Squiggle Wall Mirror
This squiggle shaped mirror will give your room the funky energy of a funhouse without any of the weird warped images.
This rattan mirror feels beachy and elegant. I love the loop at the top for easy hanging.
Geode 1 Modern Accent Mirror
Bring the best of the great outdoors into your living room with this incredible geode mirror. It’s definitely more of an art piece than a functional piece and that’s just how it should be.
If you have a smaller space but still want a full-length mirror, this light wood floor mirror is the perfect fit.
LED Backlit Wall Mirror
Usually when something is backlit it’s a bad thing but in the case of this circular backlit mirror, it couldn’t be cooler. This mirror is lined with hidden LED lights to give it a halo-effect.
Large Irregular Mirror
A circular mirror can feel boring but an irregular shaped mirror makes it look like you worked some magic and stretched the edges. It’s unique enough to make a statement while still fitting into a neutral space.
Liddie Beveled Crown Shape Vanity Mirror
Who’s the fairest of them all? The answer will be obvious when you look in this crown shaped mirror.
Metal Framed Full Length Mirror
A gold mirror can make a room look regal and expensive. Luckily, this full length mirror is reasonably priced.
Window Pane Metal Framed Wall Mirror
If you live in a windowless city apartment, try adding a window pane mirror to give your space some extra life. It may not be natural light, but it’ll do.